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TFL’s President, Derek Woodgate to speak at the World Learning Summit 2016 in Norway

TFL’s President, Derek Woodgate will speak and be a panelist at the World Learning Summit 2016, which will be held on 14th-16th June in Kristiansand, Norway. Amongst o26823_109047562455115_100000496162647_196872_5754057_nther subjects, Derek will discuss STEAM-based projects, as well as the potential impact of emerging multimedia technologies on the future of experiential learning.

Keynotes include: Peter Norvig, Chief scientist at Google, who pioneered the first MOOC, Michael Shanks, professor of Archeology at Stanford University and a long-time participant in various Stanford centers and labs focused on design, digital media, and technology and Keith Devlin is the Executive Director of H-Star Institute at Stanford University.

The Summit is the 6th annual conference meeting, promising to be a valuable event for academics, entrepreneurs and education leaders interested in the changing landscape of learning and education. Together we will explore the lifelong learning arc for those across the globe, and the role of networks and community in that journey. 

The event is hosted and convened by the Future Learning Lab international research network – in collaboration withNorwegian Trade Association/Abelia, the City of Kristiansand, Norwegian School of Business, Oslo StartUp Lab, Oslo EdTech, Digin, Aftenposten, The Freedom of Speech Foundation, and the Arkivet Peace FoundationConference host is University of Agder in South Norway, in collaboration with the HStar Institute at Stanford University

TFL’s President Derek Woodgate Making Sense of the Future of Learning

TFL’s President, Derek Woodgate participated in a two-day workshop titled “Making Sense of the Future of learning,” designed for higher education leaders and innovators to explore implications raised by KnowledgeWorks’ new ten-year forecast, “The Future of Learning: Education in an Era of Partners in Code.”

The workshop took place at Sparkspace and produced a number of exciting insights about future potential for education and learning.

The workshop was organized by Cincinnati-based social enterprise, KnowledgeWorks, http://www.knowledgeworks.org/- an organization that explores the future of learning to help education leaders and innovators anticipate change, explore strategic possibilities and identify ways of creating better opportunities for all learners.

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Our President talks the future on Capitol Hill

Our President, Derek Woodgate was invited by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers to participate in a high powered 2 hour panel in the Rayburn House Office building at the House of Representatives on Capitol Hill on May 17th to discuss the future of infrastructure to a packed audience of house representatives, the press and staffers. The event was part of AEM’s Infrastructure Vision 2050 initiative. Other panelists included Reps. Garrett Graves (R-La.) and Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.), Kansas City Mayor Sly James, Center for Advanced Technology and Innovation President Amanda Engstrom Eversole, AEM Director and Kennametal CEO Ron DeFeo, and Addie Torner from the Brookings Institute.

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How Economic Transformation will Reset the American Dream!

Here is a podcast of an interview Derek Woodgate gave on Inkandescent Radio.

http://inkandescentradio.com/podcasts/136/futurist-derek-woodgate-explains-how-economic-transformation-will-reset-the-american-dream

Happy 2015

As The Futures Lab enters its 19th year of operation, I am pleased to report that 2014 was both a very successful and transformative year.

On the foresight consulting front we undertook some exciting projects both directly and through our sister company in London (Your Future (London) and our satellite offices. These included foresight work for Kelloggs, AKZO-Nobel, Phillips, the BBC, Intercontinental Hotels and Whitbread amongst others.

Then there was the expansion and consolidation of our Future Entertainment and Events Lab (FEEL)(previously Plutopia Productions) www.thesenseevent.com, where we created, curated and produced STEAM³ – The Future of Education,a conference and interactive playground, which was held in March at the University of Texas’s Commons Learning Center. www.steam3.com. We will be holding a similar event together with Georgia State University in September 2015.

We also added a non-profit arm LIFE (Learning Innovations in Future of Education) www.http://livinglearning.co/, which besides being very involved with the STEAM³ event, undertook to create a fully self-contained mobile learning course on The Future of Mobile Learning for the University of Adger in Norway, with our President, Derek Woodgate as the class instructor and Maggie Duval, the Chair of LIFE providing all the back end design and set up. Derek Woodgate has since been made an Adjunct Professor at the University of Adger and will be teaching a Future of Media course in Spring 2015. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Georgia State University, where he teaches The Future of Entertainment and Learning through The Futures Lab’s foresight process. Also in 2014, Maggie Duval, taught at the Skybridge Academy in Austin.

TFL’s focus over the past decade has been firmly placed on the future of entertainment and media, education, culture and new communities. Consequently, Derek Woodgate has continued to be in wide demand to speak on these subjects and 2014 was no exception with a keynote role at the MMC and numerous engagements at conferences and universities.

2015 has already set off at a whirl and we are anticipating another exciting, successful year and wish you all the same.

 

Derek Woodgate

President

 

 

Happy New year to all our colleagues, clients, collaborators and friends

Also a very happy New Year to my speaker’s bureau Inkandescent: http://inkandescentspeakers.com/speakers/86/derek-woodgate

 

age of upheaval,jpgI have had a wonderful year speaking at so many conferences, seminars and universities on a variety of topics, ranging from the future of media and experiential entertainment to major transformations in economic, learning and urban systems as well as new thinking systems, emerging lifestyles and Human 2.0. In particular how redefined identities, archetypes, and the augmented self are creating a “Remix Society” .

From Fluxus to Plutopia: Revolutionary Thinking for Alternative Futures

Revolutionarythinkingforalternative futures

 

Derek considers thinking techniques beyond systems thinking that are better suited to creating revolutionary futures that best leverage discontinuous change and create new paradigms by connecting unexpected disconnects. Drawing on rhizomatic thinking and other techniques.

Derek gives specific examples of the application of these techniques to client projects undertaken successfully by The Futures Lab, Inc.

 

 

 

 

 

Derek builds a fresh approach to futures work using thinking techniques such as:

  • Think like a DJ/ The Remix
  • Amorphoscapes and random worlds  Convergent Disconnects
  •  Think the unthinkable
  • Collision – asymmetries
  • Biomimicry – bionomics
  • Parallel Realities
  • Convergent disconnects
  • Body>Data>Space
  • Magical and Alchemical
  • Comedy
  • Sci-Fi

 

The Future of Advertising

An in depth article on the Future of Advertising by Derek Woodgate.

http://www.beinkandescent.com/articles/1891/nov-future-of-advertising-derek

Takeaways

  1. The four interacting layers making up the strategic architecture for the coming revolution in the world of advertising mean that in the coming decade, the field will likely establish that lifestyle spheres are more important than the format itself.
  2. The ability for players to adapt and offer alternatives in real-time, based on consumer reaction/response or degree of engagement will be paramount to creating brand and offering desirability and uptake.
  3. This revolution in the whole advertising will demand the need for substantial changes to business models/financial structures; types of agencies/players; new creative tools and production techniques; and new content providers.
  4. This revolution will simultaneously provide a whole new world of amazing opportunities.
  5. The ability to leverage these opportunities will depend on how agile, fluid, and responsive the advertising industry can become to the real-time needs of the changing human (especially the coming 18-24 year olds), the power of emerging technologies, and the potential that will be provided by new creative approaches, formats, delivery systems, and reception environments.
  6. Personalized, yet often socially mediated interactive advertising, delivered in blended formats across multiple platforms and media simultaneously, will demand a rethink on the whole concept of advertising as it becomes more and more integrated into everyday life and behaviors.
  7. The impending advertising revolution will deliver a whole range of hitherto unknown augmented sensory experiences and environments that are both exciting and engaging.
  8. While providing a greater level of meaningfulness to the consumer, advertisers will be able to better identify and understand what role and pleasure advertising contributes to our overall human development.

The Future of Media

Derek Woodgate speaking on the future of Media to Grad students at Georgia State University Atlanta.

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FutureGlobal: From Emergence to Convergence: New presentation by our President, Derek Woodgate

 



New presentation on the future of the global economy by Derek Woodgate

In the Age of Upheaval, in which we are witness to significant economic, social and fiscal transformation; the complexities of the global economic playground are as influential as the small entrepreneur’s intuitive play when it comes to the holistic development of the local business environment. With emerging markets, in particular the BRICs and Indonesia projected to contribute over 70% of total global economic growth over the next decade and the BRIC economies expected to provide over 50% of global GDP by 2020, we are seeing not just the rise of a new economic order, but moreover creation of an intricate collaborative battleground, which will have a major impact at all levels and layers.

Derek explores and discusses how this expanding arena and its resulting policies will influence economic, business and lifestyle shifts at the regional and local level.

He considers everything from workforce structures and adaptive enterprises, to a flourishing global talent market, disparate labor force demographics, masses of new middle class customers, complex financial integration, rapid innovation and technological development, as well as exciting opportunities for new converged industries, alternative social-economic structures, greater inclusion and the power of community.

Derek draws upon his work on the “Remix Society”, (with its redefinition of archetypes, identities and the augmented self) and its impact on education, innovation and entrepreneurship – three areas considered critical to the continuing the global position of the US economy.

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