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- The Two Great Forces of the Future. Reich, Robert B. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2000, p33
No abstract available.
- In-class future history activity. // Technology Teacher;Nov97, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p24
Presents an educational activity geared towards predicting possible advancements in various technological areas in the future. Includes transportation; Communication; Health medicine; Economic marketplace and the United States government.
- Customer opinion critical in the next 10 years. // Quality;Apr97, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p12
Outlines the ten market-driven technology challenges facing the industry in the United States. Includes the customers' demand for personalized consumer products; Human interfaces; Global business competition; Environmental protection.
- Changes ahead--prepare now. Miller, Joseph A. // Research Technology Management;Sep/Oct93, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p9
Forecasts changes that might take place in the field of research and development (R&D). Includes questioning of the value of R&D versus other business needs; Dispersion of R&D resources; Continued assertions of various constituencies in society that some technology-based innovations present...
- How to recognize a sound technology forecast. Coates, Joseph F. // Research Technology Management;Sep/Oct93, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p11
Presents guidelines on how to recognize a logical technological forecast. Includes knowing the difference of the forecast from earlier forecasts by the author or by others; Being alert to two recurrent errors in forecasting; Being careful of strictly mechanical extrapolations.
- How to recognize a sound technology forecast. Coates, Joseph F. // Research Technology Management;Sep/Oct95, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p11
Discusses how companies can recognize a sound technology forecast. Need for clear and explicit assumptions; Issues to be discussed if a quantitative model is used; Importance of time horizon; Extent and limit of speculation; Understanding the rela tionship of the forecaster to the forecast.
- Technology. // Futurist;Nov/Dec94, Vol. 28 Issue 6, Outlook '95 p5
Presents forecasts on technology for 1995 and beyond. Nanoparticles as basis of new composite materials; Remote sensing of the earth for the prediction and prevention of earthquakes, floods and landslides; Technologies to replace cathode ray tubes in the computer-display products market; Effect...
- Managing technology. Mangelsdorf, Martha E. // Inc.;Jan96, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p36
Examines different technologies and predicts how they will impact business in 1996. Continued development of the Internet as a business environment; Decline in computer prices; Analysis of `Windows 95'; Future of CD-ROMs and pagers; Confusion in the marketplace for telephone service.
- The in group. Cohen, Sacha // Training & Development;Jan98, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p17
Enumerates the technologies for 1998. Includes the extranets and intranets; Better push technology; Internet telephony; Smartcards.