IFTFInstitute For The Future
IFTFInter Frame Time Fill
IFTFInternational Fur Trade Federation
IFTFIntegrated Framework Trust Fund (est. 2001)
IFTFInter-Faith Task Force
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Referring back to the IFTF study that claims that 85 per cent of the jobs that will exist by the year 2030 do not exist today, it is appropriate to say that the adapta- tion method is right in front us -- learning and acquiring new skills is not only more important than the concept of undergrad- uate and graduate degrees in today's fast world, but it is the required mindset to be shared by all stakeholders in the labour market to understand the issues of auto- mation replacing human labour.
IFTF would describe this dynamic as a human-machine partnership in action.
A panel of judges has evaluated all the submissions, and winners are being revealed through the IFTF's blog at blog futuroofhospitals.org and via Twitter (@futurehospitals).
The IFTF report identified six distinct change drivers as follows:
To take an example, IFTF started looking at global climate disruption in 1977.
Johansen is an independent leadership consultant who has worked with such companies as Disney, Kraft and Hallmark, and he uses the latest business forecasts from The Institute for the Future (IFTF) to assist managers and executives in developing new adaptive skills for organizations.
"Fur remains big with international designers and is set to continue as an integral part of fashion," International Fur Trade Federation (IFTF) chairman, Andreas Lenhart, told reporters.
The report is based on the results of a study conducted last year by the Institute for the Future (IFTF), and its aim is to predict what the connections between food, health and food retailing will look like in 10 years.
Retail sales have risen by a third in the UK, and globally sales have risen from pounds 5bn in 2000 to pounds 6.6bn last year, according to the International Fur Trade Federation (IFTF).
Morrison, a popular speaker at several long-term care conferences, served as president of The Institute of the Future (IFTF) from 1990-1996 and remains a Senior Fellow there.
This week the Institute for the Future (IFTF) and Stanford University Libraries gathered computing and user interface luminaries, including Marc Andreessen, Eric Drexler and Ted Nelson, for a day-long celebration of Engelbart's work and its consequences.