James Woudhuysen

James Woudhuysen

  • Futurist
  • Featured in "The Economist"
  • Worldwide Market Intelligence
Biography

James Woudhuysen, 55, is a physics graduate and Professor of Forecasting and Innovation at De Montfort University, Leicester, UK. Article on chemical weapons for The Economist, 1978; co-author, Robots, 1984; The future of cities, report for Glasgow Development Agency, 1988; multi-client study on e-commerce, 1988; proposed Internet TV, 1993. Manager, worldwide market intelligence, ... VIEW MORE

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Speech Topics
  • Forecasting

    How to predict the future in relation to consumers, business and government

  • IT

    How to understand the future of IT from a demand-side, social perspective –not just the supply-side perspective of ... View More

  • The workplace

    The big changes are not in design or IT, but in HR

  • Innovation

    James looks at all aspects of innovation – globalisation, technology, design, psychology, social priorities, ... View More

Text Reviews
  • James spent the whole of the conference getting to know the subject material and hearing what the delegates had to say before delivering a topical and very entertaining presentation. It was content rich and not afraid to challenge popular wisdom.
  • Ian Wright - Northern Housing Consortium
  • Many thanks for your contribution to our meeting on Tuesday. . . . You managed to find just the right balance in combining several very relevant and serious messages for the future of our business with a most entertaining and captivating delivery style.
  • John O'Higgins - Spectris PLC
  • MBA students from Sun Yat-sen University enjoyed your session and found it stimulating and informative. We are very grateful that you were able to give the delegates your insights into disruptive thinking, and to contribute to the success of the course.
  • Caroline Airey - Leadership Programmes for China, University of Oxford
Half Day $6,000.00
Keynote $10,000.00
Full Day $10,000.00
James Woudhuysen travels from London, England and requires Business class

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