The power of the future is in its ability to inspire the present. From the age of knowledge and a wireless economy, to the importance of grandparents in the future, David weaves our heritage, tools and commitments into a very promising tomorrow. Blending humor, a friendly style and a deep belief in the importance of the personal, he draws people in, helping them to see the professional and personal implications of the trends. His presentation is a momentum builder that gets and keeps people thinking about the future in a positive way. By the end of the presentation you will be on the edge of your seat, eager to talk with others and apply what you've just experienced.
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Tuesday, December 13, 2005
Quality Inn & Suites
2969 Cahill Main
Madison, WI 53711
One block North of County Highway PD on Fish Hatchery
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|Registration and Breakfast
|Guide to the Future
$70 Non Member
Presenter: David Zach, Futurist
David Zach is one of the few professionally trained futurists in the United States, with a master’s degree in Studies of the Future from the University of Houston Clear Lake. As a futurist, Dave has worked with over 1000 corporations, schools and associations offering insights on the personal and professional impact of strategic trends. As a speaker, he guides his audience on an entertaining, futuristic tour of technology, economics, business, education, and society. Dave gets his facts and ideas from a daily study of books, magazines, newspapers, coffee shop discussions, and on-line explorations.
Dave previously worked at Johnson Controls and Northwestern Mutual Life in the roles of environmental scanning and strategic planning. He also taught Future Studies in the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Dave is a member of the Wisconsin Small Business Development Center Advisory Council, Future Milwaukee Advisory Board, Community Advisory Board for public radio station WUWM, Rotary Club of Milwaukee, the board of eInnovate and the board of the American Institute of Architects-Wisconsin. He formerly served as chairman of the Goals for Greater Milwaukee 2000 Education Committee and co-chair for Design Milwaukee.
2830 Agriculture Dr.
Madison, WI 53718
fax (608) 204-9818
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