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Foresight 2030 Book Cover Design
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Foresight 2030: Conversations About The Decade Ahead
Douglas S. Griffen
The author is the facilitator of the online sessions using a technique called the Advanced Strategy Lab that allows participants to provide candid and emotional responses about important topics in an anonymous but simultaneous fashion. The result is a shared conversation that will engage readers about the decade ahead, the new choices they will have, and how the very landscape of America will be different. Griffen provides historical context, personal perspective and a refreshing writing style to convey the conversations of others while his is having a conversation with you. It is meant to engage you about the future. And why not? It’s your decade as well. Douglas S. Griffen is the Founder and Director of the Advanced Strategy Center in Scottsdale, Arizona, and splits his time between the desert of Arizona and the mountains of Park City, Utah. An avid skier, mountain biker, hiker and triathlete, he is an optimist by nature, and is convinced that the decade ahead will be his best ever. Maybe.
Foresight 2030: Conversations About The Decade Ahead looks at the influences that will impact the decade from now through the end of 2029. The author suggests that this may be the most consequential decade of our lives. It’s off to a pretty profound start, wouldn’t you say? During 2020 and early 2021, a series of online thought leadership sessions were convened with some 121 ‘Foresighters’ that provided thought leadership and insights about subjects that would surely affect the decade ahead—the role of technology, the future of work, how education would change, the direction of news, media and information and even the American lifestyle and the elusive ‘American Dream’. An ambitious project already when launched in January 2020, within the first 90 days everything changed—a global pandemic, an increasing divided American political scene, and a massive economic downturn. It became an unexpected, but ideal, lens from which our participants could consider how the decade ahead might change.
Thought leaders, business professionals and students.
Book cover type
Besides the title and tagline on the cover ( *** PLEASE SEE CURRENT WORKING FILE ATTACHED below) The icons are supposed to represent the themes of each chapter. The current chapters themes in order are: 1. Social media and media 2. Education 3. Space exploration 4. Travel 5. Presidential elections 6. Climate change 7. Racial equality 8. Technology 9. The state of Arizona 10. Sports 11. Work 12. Divided America Looking for a more modern/hard hitting way of representing the themes on the cover.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Book cover starts at $299.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their book cover.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
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