With our upcoming publications, we aim for a constructive dialogue about the future – not about a far-off, anonymous future; it’s about the future we want to shape for ourselves.
A utopia? Certainly – because we must see shaping our futures from the perspective of the possible and not primarily as a mere extension of today’s living environments. Realistic? Just as certainly! This dialogue dares to ask the question: What future do we really want to see become a reality?
This impetus is born of two impressions which are contradictory only at first glance. Our society is significantly marked by longing for a clear future picture. The magnetic attraction of simple answers is just as symptomatic of this as the withdrawal into hermetic filter bubbles.
The second observation: We aren’t holding a dialogue about the future, at least not sufficiently. And yet every one of us carries our personal future picture within us – possibly several of them: some worth striving for, some less so. Envisioned, perceived, felt, far too seldom fully formulated and shared, and even more rarely incorporated into a constructive dialogue that can enable us to shape our futures actively and responsibly.
The blog about the future of health and the healthcare market: Re-Thinking Healthcare
Herbert Rebscher/Stefan Kaufmann: Zukunftsmanagement in Gesundheitssystemen. With contributions from Michael Carl, Gerd Antes, Wilfried von Eiff and others.
Michael Carl and Dr. Florina Speth: Die Zukunft deiner Kinder
Michael Carl in the Media
MDR documentation about how democracy must change
NTV Segment on the future of logistics: Packages delivered to your living room – Germans are losing their skepticism about Amazon Key
NTV Segment: Road wars – Ideas and ways out of traffic chaos. “It’s time we stopped creating traffic routes around a single means of transportation.”
Funkschau – Customer Dialogue 2025
Diagnostik im Dialog – The medicine of the future
Heller Magazin – The future is when vision becomes reality