By Simon Cocking review of Fast Forward Files Volume 2: Changing Perspective: Why everything will be different for generation next. Available to buy here.
Escape your echo chambers and free your mind: this book is an essential read for everyone invested in tomorrow’s world.
It is a compelling compendium of essays, articles and expert overviews, written by some of the world’s leading authorities on future-critical issues as diverse as leadership, genetics, psychological profiling, marketing, health, memory and more.
It explores the need for new ethical frameworks for this fast-moving world, and confronts the reader to challenge the status quo in order to embrace coming advances in technology, engineering and human insights.
With contributions by: Cindy Gallop, Lucie Greene, Heimo Hammer, Igor Beuker, Carla Johnson, Sunnie J. Groeneveld, Sandra Matz and Shafi Ahmed.
The book takes an honest and very human appraisal of where we are now, and where to go next, exploring how we live, work and collaborate – today, tomorrow and beyond.
5 paperbacks in a slipcase
Fast Forward Files Volume 2: Changing Perspective, reviewed
This book is aiming to cover, discuss and exemplify creativity. This is a noble endeavour and one well worth pursuing. The books in this box are based on talks that were given at an event. This does mean that all of the books are quite short, with a lot of large text, and, while better than mere slideshare presentations, at times you are left wondering how much of the value in the talks is being conveyed via these pamphlets.
All of these talks might be better understood via watching them on youtube. We like the idea of what Fast Forward Files are trying to do, but we are not completely convinced this format is capturing the insights in the best way.
Publisher: Harriman House
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