In The Future of Decentralized Finance, Trond Arne Undheim, futurist and author, talks to Dan Elitzer, investor at IDEO Co-Lab Ventures. The takeaway is that the promise of open finance is a world where everyone […]
In The Emergence of Remote Activism, futurist Trond Arne Undheim interviews Laurent Liscia, entrepreneur, author, ex-diplomat and standards activist, who talks about how remote activism helped by technology can re-ignite politics. The takeaway is that […]
My book, Disruption Games, is available for pre-order from August 1st — August 30th on Publishizer.com, a crowdfunding platform that puts me in touch with major publishers. Preorder today and get a free bonus. I’m […]
Authorities, large and small, should listen to good ideas, regardless where they are coming from, even in a stressed situation. See blog entry
Strategy is nothing more–and nothing less–than a succinct expression of where an organization is already going. For more, see Searching for Strategy
Flying used to drain my energy. No more. Applying my own leadership from below principles to air travel I actually gain energy. How did I do it? Let me explain. See blog entry.
Direct referencing of specifications from global standards development organizations (fora/consortia), provided they satisfy transparency and openness criteria, is very positive for the ICT sector and makes the European Standardization System more competitive, flexible, and efficient. […]
The UK’s fresh IT policy oozes of goodness in that the whole document is permeated by a strong commitment to open standards and a balanced, clear view on open source. See my blogpost on The Openness […]