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Digital Journal: Engineering the Future of Tomorrow

PMA Mentioned in Digital Journal article.

Tuesday, April 04, 2017

Global futurist Jack Uldrich says, "Engineering the future of tomorrow starts today."

On Wednesday, April 5 he will deliver his keynote on the Future of Manufacturing in Denver to a multinational manufacturing firm. Addressing a firm that is working directly on and with the technology that Uldrich speaks of may seem daunting to some, but Uldrich says he welcomes the challenge of a well-versed crowd.

A frequent speaker on subjects such as autonomous vehicles, nanotechnology, and metamaterials, Uldrich says the company he is addressing in Denver obviously has a firm grip on the various technological trends that are going to shape the future. But his keynote is as much about the top technological trends as it is about how to embrace and harness them in the most efficient way possible.

What is the most effective way to embrace technology? Uldrich says it has a lot to do with an organizational mindset that includes humility as a key component.

The Big AHA, Uldrich's acronym for Awareness, Humility and Action are what every organization and its leaders need to embrace to ride the wave of technological change that is coming.

To put the concept simply, he says, "You have to be aware of your limitations. You have to know what you don't know and be willing to seek out answers from those who do know."

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