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An original and challenging approach to thinking about and finding new ways to tackle the future
● Written by a leading business futurist/philosopher whose ideas and methods are rapidly gaining significant influence
● Intelligent and engaging analyses coupled with practical methods


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Anders Indset is consultant, philosopher and serial entrepreneur. Norwegian-born who speaks five languages fluently, he is a much sought-after international speaker.


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