Welcome to FuturePod, a podcast that celebrates the Futures and Foresight field.
The Futures and Foresight community comprises a remarkable and diverse group of individuals who span, academic, commercial and social interests. At FuturePod we seek to;
Honour and to learn from the wisdom of those who have established and developed our field;
Connect and support the practice of those who work in this space; and most importantly
Give pathways and inspiration to those who wish to join us in creating humane and better futures for ourselves and those who come after us
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Dr Joseph Voros speaks about his emergence into becoming a foresight educator, the development of the award-winning Generic Foresight Process (GFP) framework, and his abiding focus on the possible futures of humanity and human civilisation, informed by using Big History as the framing perspective.
Steve was the Foresight Manager at global brewer Fosters who first thought Foresight could help him predict the future and now he believes that Foresight can empower people to create the futures they want.
Marcus is a futurist, academic and poet. Hear him explain the anticipatory aesthetic and how he thinks it is very necessary to disturb the peace.
Futures principles and tools have been instrumental in helping Cath build an impressive consultancy career, supporting organisations to maximize social cause and impact.