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Marina Gorbis & Jerry Davis

Ep. 242

Executive Director of the Institute for the Future Marina Gorbis and Institute for the Future Equitable Enterprise Initiative Advisor Jerry Davis discuss how to change the register from industrial values to collaborative commerce.


🎙 In his monologue, Rushkoff explains how denaturalizing power reveals the constructed landscape.


📰 You can read a written version of Rushkoff’s monologue, If it Ain’t Real, Don’t Fix it, on Medium.


About Marina Gorbis

Marina Gorbis is Executive Director of the Institute for the Future (IFTF), a 50-year old non-profit research and educational organization based in Silicon Valley. She has brought a foresight and a futures perspective to hundreds of organizations in business, education, government, philanthropy, and civic society. Marina’s current research focuses on transformations in the world of work and new forms of value creation.


📕 The Nature of the Future | 🎙 Future Now Podcast | Twitter


About Jerry Davis

Jerry Davis is the Gilbert and Ruth Whitaker Professor of Business Administration at the Ross School of Business and Professor of Sociology, The University of Michigan. Davis received his PhD from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University.


📕 Managed by the Markets | Twitter


For more about IFTF:

Equitable Enterprise Initiative | Website | LinkedIn | Twitter

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