Developed for "Open Minds, Open Doors: Leadership in the New World" a conference hosted by Women's Foodservice Forum, March 22 - 23, 1999.

Using radar to find the tipping points

"More than 90 per cent of the technology that will affect our daily lives at the beginning of the 21st century has not been invented. This means that more innovations will be introduced in the next ten years than were produced throughout previous human history." September ,1993 Aviation & Aerospace

The knowledge economy A knowledge economy and creative innovation go hand in hand
Changes changes change More change in the next few years than since the middle ages!
   

Time lags are invisable... until it is too late.
flying at a combined Mach four speed,
they will crash the moment they see each other.
They have no time to error correct.
Radar reaches out far enough to give the pilots time
to adjust course in case of interferences.


In every adverse condition, there are hundreds of good solutions.
MG Taylor axiom

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