Imagination Delivers Everything

Living Case Study: Exploring  the Power of Immersive Imagination  in Health Centers

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Have you heard of the “imagination age”? According to Rita J King, we’re entering a new era where creativity and imagination will become the primary driver of economic value.

Pretty cool, huh?

Think about it – technology is advancing faster than ever before, and it’s changing the way we live and work. But it’s not just about keeping up with the latest gadgets and gizmos. In the imagination age, the real value will come from our ability to think creatively and develop new ideas that push the boundaries of what’s possible.

That’s where futurists like Gerd Leonhard and Amy Webb come in. They’re leaders in the field of strategic foresight, which is all about anticipating different scenarios and planning for the future. The visual futures work we do, it’s about thinking creatively and taking action today, so we can shape the future we want and create a better futures for everyone. It’s not just about preparing for what’s ahead. It’s about actively shaping it.
If we want to create the future we want, we need to imagine it first. We need to think about what’s possible and then take action to make it a reality. On the other hand, a failure of imagination could lead to a future we don’t want. If we can’t imagine a better world, how can we create it? That’s where creativity and innovation come in – they’re the fuel that drives progress and helps us move forward.
We’ve got a bunch of work to do to imagine the future we want and start taking action today to make it a reality. 


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