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The Resource Futurevision : ideas, insights, and strategies, edited by Howard F. Didsbury ; preface by Jerome Karle

Futurevision : ideas, insights, and strategies, edited by Howard F. Didsbury ; preface by Jerome Karle

Label
Futurevision : ideas, insights, and strategies
Title
Futurevision
Title remainder
ideas, insights, and strategies
Statement of responsibility
edited by Howard F. Didsbury ; preface by Jerome Karle
Title variation
Future vision, ideas, insights and strategies
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Action
Committed to retain
Cataloging source
NDU
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
CB161
LC item number
.F88 1996
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1924-2012
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Didsbury, Howard F.
  • World Future Society
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Twenty-first century
  • Forecasting
Label
Futurevision : ideas, insights, and strategies, edited by Howard F. Didsbury ; preface by Jerome Karle
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Produced in conjunction with the World Future Society's Eighth General Assembly, held in Washington, D.C., July 13-18, 1996"--P. ix
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Poverty has a rich future
  • David Macarov
  • The Future of work.
  • The
  • Last of the baby boomers and their prospects for climbing the corporate ladder of success
  • Mercedes M. Fisher
  • Unemployment as the 21st century growth profession: prelude: 'welfare reform' as a comic opera
  • Frederick C. Thayer
  • Unemployment and underconsumption in the 21st century
  • Bertrand H. Chatel
  • P.J. Hartwick and Caela Farren
  • Virtual literacy: literacy in virtual learning environments
  • David Passig
  • Cyberspace versus the endangered university: the prospects for the 21st century education
  • Joseph N. Pelton
  • Education.
  • Teaching the future: a memoir
  • W. Warren Wagar
  • How to develop a social foresight capacity
  • Richard A. Slaughter
  • Strategies for using human intuition
  • John L. Anderson
  • Specialist or generalist? A False dichotomy: an important distinction
  • The
  • Future of mobile computing
  • Ralph Menzano
  • Management.
  • The
  • Strategic armament response to the challenge of global change
  • James L. Morrison, Ian Wilson
  • Technique for strategic management
  • George Korey
  • Inversting in attitude capital to improve service quality
  • Charles H. Little
  • Why the future belongs to smaller sized humans
  • Thomas T. Samaras
  • Six priorities from future generations
  • Allen Tough
  • Decline or revitalization.
  • Futurizing America's institutions
  • Richard D. Lamm
  • Medical ethics and the future.
  • Some reflections on the future of medical ethics
  • Robert B. Mellert
  • Sustainability.
  • The Global scene.
  • Avoiding the future of war
  • Gary S. Schofield
  • Social problematics: towards a systematic definition
  • Paris J. Arnopoulos
  • Reformation and englightenment--the reconstruction of civil society for the 21st century
  • John M. Francis
  • Africa and the new globalization: challenges and options for the future
  • Julius O. Ihonvbere
  • Politics, science, and sustainability: the prospects for agriculture
  • Clifton E. Anderson
  • Growing greener products: what we can learn from pea pods and apple peels in stimulating creativity in environment-related innovation
  • Jacquelyn A. Ottman
  • Reflections on the future.
  • Thinking about the future
  • Frederik Pohl
Control code
35132675
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxx, 366 p.
Isbn
9780930242534
Lccn
96196939
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Futurevision : ideas, insights, and strategies, edited by Howard F. Didsbury ; preface by Jerome Karle
Publication
Note
"Produced in conjunction with the World Future Society's Eighth General Assembly, held in Washington, D.C., July 13-18, 1996"--P. ix
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Poverty has a rich future
  • David Macarov
  • The Future of work.
  • The
  • Last of the baby boomers and their prospects for climbing the corporate ladder of success
  • Mercedes M. Fisher
  • Unemployment as the 21st century growth profession: prelude: 'welfare reform' as a comic opera
  • Frederick C. Thayer
  • Unemployment and underconsumption in the 21st century
  • Bertrand H. Chatel
  • P.J. Hartwick and Caela Farren
  • Virtual literacy: literacy in virtual learning environments
  • David Passig
  • Cyberspace versus the endangered university: the prospects for the 21st century education
  • Joseph N. Pelton
  • Education.
  • Teaching the future: a memoir
  • W. Warren Wagar
  • How to develop a social foresight capacity
  • Richard A. Slaughter
  • Strategies for using human intuition
  • John L. Anderson
  • Specialist or generalist? A False dichotomy: an important distinction
  • The
  • Future of mobile computing
  • Ralph Menzano
  • Management.
  • The
  • Strategic armament response to the challenge of global change
  • James L. Morrison, Ian Wilson
  • Technique for strategic management
  • George Korey
  • Inversting in attitude capital to improve service quality
  • Charles H. Little
  • Why the future belongs to smaller sized humans
  • Thomas T. Samaras
  • Six priorities from future generations
  • Allen Tough
  • Decline or revitalization.
  • Futurizing America's institutions
  • Richard D. Lamm
  • Medical ethics and the future.
  • Some reflections on the future of medical ethics
  • Robert B. Mellert
  • Sustainability.
  • The Global scene.
  • Avoiding the future of war
  • Gary S. Schofield
  • Social problematics: towards a systematic definition
  • Paris J. Arnopoulos
  • Reformation and englightenment--the reconstruction of civil society for the 21st century
  • John M. Francis
  • Africa and the new globalization: challenges and options for the future
  • Julius O. Ihonvbere
  • Politics, science, and sustainability: the prospects for agriculture
  • Clifton E. Anderson
  • Growing greener products: what we can learn from pea pods and apple peels in stimulating creativity in environment-related innovation
  • Jacquelyn A. Ottman
  • Reflections on the future.
  • Thinking about the future
  • Frederik Pohl
Control code
35132675
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxx, 366 p.
Isbn
9780930242534
Lccn
96196939
Other physical details
ill.

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