Category: Futuring, Demographics, Generations
How does a small business find relevance in The Age of the Customer™? Jim Blasingame identifies the markers of what he calls The Age of the Customer™, how this is changing the marketplace and what businesses have to do to compete in this new Age.
How have technological innovations impacted us for the past 10 year and the next 10? Futurist, Joel Barker talks with Jim Blasingame about some of the key technologies, including convergences, that we should watch.
In order for America to claim the 21st century, futurist, Joel Barker, tells Jim Blasingame, it should recognize its world-leading strengths and take them to the next level, instead of worrying about the competition.
Could global warming actually cause an ice age and how long could one take to develop? That's the question futurist, Joel Barker, answers with Jim Blasingame, including how long, what could cause it and what would happen.
Reporting on four global demographic megatrends, Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to discuss what will happen with population shifts across the globe, include numbers, age, socio-economic and religious elements.
What's the next big thing in battery innovation? Futurist, Joel Barker, reports with Jim Blasingame that the next killer app in batteries will be on paper. That's right, a battery that is printed on a sheet of copy paper. Be sure to listen as Joel explains how this will impact your life and business.
Is it time to reinvent yourself and your small business? Joyce Weiss joins Jim Blasingame to take us through the process of identifying when the old way isn't working, how to reinvent and re-brand, and what role the customer has in all of this.
Should the world fear or embrace China's emergence? Futurists John and Doris Naisbitt join Jim Blasingame to discuss their work on the impact China will have on the world in the next generation, including the roles of communism and capitalism.
Technology and consumer behavior has changed the publishing industry forever, according to Dan Poynter, who joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the new ways we're defining what a book looks like and what authors should do to publish and sell their written words.
What will the new year look like for small business owners? Jim Blasingame reports on his predictions for 2010, including banking, politics, customers, the economy and even Iran.
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