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How to Work and Think Like a Futurist

Tomorrow is ours to shape and define

A Delorian car — How to Work and Think Like a Futurist by Paul Myers
Image by Dave Tavres from Pixabay

A few years ago Cisco’s resident futurist, a man by the name of David Evans, shared the following facts:

  • Human knowledge has doubled every century until the 1900s, but nowadays it is every two to three years
  • Some 70 percent of all




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