#32- Dr. Gabriele Rizzo | University of Lausanne | The Principle of Positive Futures

#32- Dr. Gabriele Rizzo | University of Lausanne | The Principle of Positive Futures

Our today's guest has a very impressive list of r…
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Our today's guest has a very impressive list of references: - He is
a futurist and an executive advisor. - He has a Ph.D. in String
Theory and Astrophysics and has grown into a Defense expert in
foresight, up to being the NATO’s Member at Large for Strategic
Foresight and Futures Studies. - He founded the Swiss Center for
Positive Futures at the University of Lausanne, and serves as its
Director of Research; plus, he is the 2022 UNESCO Chair candidate
for Positive Futures, Futures Literacy, and Anticipation. - He is
the Futures Advisor to the Chief Scientist of the U.S. Air Force
and the Futures Advisor to the Chief Scientist of the U.S. Space
Force, and leads futures thinking in the General Office for Defense
Innovation in the Italian Ministry of Defense, reporting to the
Vice Chief of Defense. - And last, but not least, he previously has
been the ministerial advisor for Futures to the Italian Minister of
Defense. In this episode, we welcome Dr. Gabriele Rizzo in his role
as Director of Research of the Swiss Center for Positive Futures at
the University of Lausanne. Since the age of 8, Gabriele was
fascinated by how nature works and what it hides. At the time,
however, no one knew that these early inspirations would one day be
the key to Gabriele becoming a futurist. In this sometimes almost
philosophical exchange, Gabriele introduces us to the Swiss Center
for Positive Futures and explains what exactly lies behind the idea
of “Positive Futures” and what role the theme of "hope" plays as a
driving force in this thought model. We also take a look at
Gabriele’s latest book, HR Futures 2030, a futurist guide to the
challenges and changes in the world of work backed up by
evidence-based trends and signals, offering pragmatic upskilling
pathways. If you want to learn more about the principle of
“Positive Futures” and how to turn the dark into inspiration or how
to maintain the importance of humans in a future that will be even
more machine-driven, this is your episode.

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