How to predict the future in relation to consumers, business and government
How to understand the future of IT from a demand-side, social perspective – not just the supply-side perspective of technologies (though that's included)
The big changes are not in design or IT, but in HR
James looks at all aspects of innovation – globalisation, technology, design, psychology, social priorities, regulation
Demystifiying a subject particularly beset by myths
Just what is it about government work that leads to syndromes with which we're all so familiar
After 30 years writing and consulting about design, here's the goods – without the froth
Computer games, sport, gambling, performing arts, theme parks, adventure holidays: James gets underneath the boom in play, and also asks why such a lot of it is going on at work nowadays
Construction remains backward, while cities all around the world are exploding in size and population. What to do?
All over the West, and in parts of China and India, there's been a housing boom. Yet if fears also run high, it's too early to panic
Anthropogenic climate change is a fact. But debate about how to deal with it must always remain open – and rational, too
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