#58–Future-Fluent with Dmitriy Zakharov

“To have another language is to possess a second soul.”–Charlemagne

“To have another language is to possess a second soul.”–Charlemagne

I wouldn’t call future fluency a a new jargon. I would call it a unique and practical way of looking at foresight–of integrating it into the culture of an organization.

Dmitriy Zakharov is a fellow alumnus of the University of Houston’s graduate foresight program. His recent volume Future-Fluent equates foresight with language. He breaks down it’s component parts into syntax and semantics and discusses how to implement this point of view of the future into your life and your organization.

In episode #58 of Seeking Delphi™ Dmitriy tells us of his journey to write the book, and explains what it’s all about.

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    Dmitry                                                                      future-fluent             

          Dmitriy Zakharov

#58: Future-Fluent

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2 thoughts on “#58–Future-Fluent with Dmitriy Zakharov

  1. A very timely book. Without new approaches to running organizagions (goal-setting, policy writing and implementation, process modernization and optimization, etc.), there’s a real danger for businesses and organizations to fail to stay relevant and fit into the future. The world is changing incredibly fast and we need as fast upgrade our mental tools to keep up with it. Future-Fluency seems to be just one of those tools.

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