“Futurists don’t actually predict the future,” explains innovator and futurist Maurice Conti. “Their job is to figure out this range of possible futures and then identify strategies to take advantage of those possibilities.” In this interview by Allison Bailey of the Boston Consulting Group, Conti fulfills both roles in this optimistic, enjoyable look at the future(s).
About the Authors
Futurist Maurice Conti is chief innovation officer at Alpha, a moonshot factory within Spain’s largest telecom firm, Telefónica. Interviewer Allison Bailey leads Boston Consulting Group’s People and Organization practice.
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