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Klaus Æ. Mogensen

Klaus co-wrote the book Counterculture (Gyldendal Business 2011) which deals with modern counterculture, how it can be used as part of a business strategy and what pitfalls there might be. Read a translated excerpt from the book on scenariomagazine.com).

Klaus also edited and co-wrote the book Creative Man (Gyldendal 2004; English version 2006, download free copy here), which deals with how and why creativity and innovation becomes increasingly prevalent in all spheres of society and life: at work, in consumption and in leisure activities.

Klaus also works with technology, its uses and its significance for society and modern living, with future modes of culture and life, and with thought about media and IPR (Intellectual Property Rights). He has also worked with ideas about anarconomy, an examination of how the network society increasingly challenges traditional business models.

Klaus has managed projects for Pressalit Care, Siemens and others and has headed numerous seminars for CIFS members. He does presentations about e.g. Creative Man, technology, future media, consumer trends, future labour, and megatrends.

Klaus has done presentations for e. g.:

Selected articles:

Working languages: Danish and English.

Klaus Æ. Mogensen

Bachelor of Science (Physics & Astronomy)
Futurist, Copenhagen

Telephone: +45 3311 7176
Cellular: +45 3065 1122
E-mail: klm@cifs.dk


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