Future Trends Of The 21st Century
Collapsing birth rates.
Aging populations in the developing world in most countries, for at
least the first 20 years, will have profound consequences for
business and politics.
Change in education.
Long-distance learning may well make obsolete or diminish the
free-standing undergraduate college.
Redefined health care.
Rather than fighting disease, health care will be redefined as the
maintenance of physical and mental functioning.
New development in business and history.
Individuals will have to manage themselves in the new century and
new economy. Each person will have to determine how he or she can
best contribute to the task at hand, within the organization to
which one belongs.