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According to the study, only 7 percent of Gen Y reports working for a Fortune 500 company-a statistic in line with another report that predicts that 40 percent of the Fortune 500 will no longer exist 10 years from now.
Creativity is not a talent; It’s a way of operating.
The biggest challenge is learning how to unlearn. This is a challenge that should be taken up by business schools.
Across the globe, 70 percent of tomorrow’s future leaders might ‘reject’ what business as traditionally organized has to offer, preferring to work independently through digital means in the future.
His vision of the future is of a “Digital Athens” where humans are freed from repetitive labor to think big thoughts and generate important ideas
If man is to survive, he will have learned to take a delight in the essential differences between men and between cultures. He will learn that differences in ideas and attitudes are a delight, part of life’s exciting variety, not something to fear.
Gene Roddenberry (creator of Start Trek)
The Imagination Age is a way to define the period in which we currently live, between the fading Industrial Era and the coming Intelligence Era, in which machines will be smarter than people. In the Imagination Age, we can collectively imagine and create the future we want to inhabit before we lose that chance. This isn’t just about generating utopian visions to make ourselves feel better about the challenges we face. We can rapidly prototype and test ideas to alter our systems and lives.
The transition to a circular economy could generate savings of more than $1 trillion in materials alone by 2025, according to an analysis by the U.K.-based Ellen MacArthur Foundation, McKinsey & Co. and the World Economic Forum.
it might help put to rest some common misunderstandings about there being no link between human activity and the observed, long-term trend of increasing global temperatures. (via 99.999% certainty humans are driving global warming: new study)

it might help put to rest some common misunderstandings about there being no link between human activity and the observed, long-term trend of increasing global temperatures. (via 99.999% certainty humans are driving global warming: new study)