As information and communications technology (ICT) continues to develop and undergo adoption at an explosive pace, it is reshaping society. This megashift has enormous implications for where we will work and live in the near future. Last Rush Hour author Frederick Pilot is now accepting speaking engagements for his presentation:
The Decentralization of Knowledge Work
Implications for Regional and Transportation Planning and Economic Development
Who will benefit from this presentation:
- Regional and transportation planners
- Developers and builders
- Elected officials and staff
- Economic development managers
- Factors driving a post-Industrial, urban-centric future.
- The ubiquitous knowledge organization: How organizations leverage ICT to be less location dependent.
- Impact on residential settlement patterns: Where knowledge workers will work and live in the near future.
- Key role of telecommunications infrastructure modernization.
This presentation runs 40-45 minutes plus time for Q&A.
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