Future iQ Project Videos
New England Regional Defense Industry Collaboration (NERDIC), New England, USA (2019-2021)
NERDIC members describe what the collaboration means to them
NERDIC members give their thoughts on the value of NERDIC to the New England Defense Manufacturing Region in this short video
Future of Urban Living Global Consultation, Windsor Castle, UK (2018)
The Future of Urban Living Documentary, Windsor Castle, UK – 2019
Future iQ held The Future of Urban Living consultation in late December 2018. The consultation was held in partnership with St George’s House, Windsor Castle. In this video, participants and organisers talk about the format, venue and experience of the consultation.
Future iQ held The Future of Urban Living consultation in late December 2018. The consultation was held in partnership with St George’s House, Windsor Castle. In this short video participants and organisers discuss what it will mean to be human in 2040.
Future iQ held The Future of Urban Living consultation in late December 2018. The consultation was held in partnership with St George’s House, Windsor Castle. In this short video participants and organisers discuss what they think will be the biggest opportunities facing cities in the future.
Future iQ held The Future of Urban Living consultation in late December 2018. The consultation was held in partnership with St George’s House, Windsor Castle. In this video, participants and organisers talk about creating future intelligence.
Middle Georgia Charrette and Regional Planning Initiative (2018)
The Middle Georgia Charrette and Regional Planning initiative Think Tank was the launch event for the project. Held on June 15, 2018, the event consisted of 80 invited regional stakeholders.
Coppell Vision 2040, Texas, USA (2018)
Vision 2040 Community Engagement Session
Mike Land, City Manager of Coppell describes how the Vision 2040 process is taking the 2030 process to a new level and asks, ‘What does our future hold’?
Traci Leach, Deputy City Manager of Coppell describes the overall Vision 2040 process in this very short video.
Molly Bujanda, Community Programs Manager in the City of Coppell gives a fantastic short interview about the importance of Vision 2040. Next week is the last opportunity for people to attend engagement workshops, so please participate at one of the sessions next week.
Hilton Head – Our Future, South Carolina, USA (2018-2019)
David Beurle of Future iQ gives an overview of the Hilton Head Island – Our Future visioning project (2017)
Emily Sparks, Hilton Head Island – Our Future Project Lead introduces the project
David Beurle talks about the story of the Hilton Head Island – Our Future logo and the thought process which went into the design of the logo.
Hilton Head Island – Our Future ran a successful Think Tank workshop in June, 2017 as part of the overall visioning process. This was facilitated by Future iQ.
Hilton Head Island – Our Future ran a successful Think Tank in June 2017, as part of the overall visioning process. At the end of the workshop, people were asked what was the importance of future thinking and what were they taking away from the workshop.
David Beurle of Future iQ presents the Hilton Head Island – Our Future full Vision
David Beurle, CEO of Future iQ presents the Vision Strategic Plan to a regional community, Hilton Head Island in South Carolina, USA
The Future of Midwest Agriculture, Minnesota, USA (2016 – 2018)
Professor Nicholas Jordan from the University of Minnesota introduces the Future of Midwest Agriculture Scenarios of the Future Think Tank, held by Future iQ and UNM in June 2017.
David Beurle, CEO of Future iQ presents Scenario Planning at the Future of Midwest Agriculture Think Tank in 2017.
Vision Edina, Minneapolis, US (2014 – 2017)
‘Nodes and Modes’ was a term first coined during the Vision Edina planning process, facilitated by Future iQ in 2014-15. This concept has now evolved and developed traction in the comprehensive planning being undertaken in the City of Edina. Nodes and Modes is an innovative concept of tightly coupling together neighborhood development (Nodes), with multimodal transport connections (Modes). This concept is being pursued to enhance the characteristics and fabric of the Edina community, yet embrace urban renewal and targeted redevelopment. This concept is allowing community residents to map out future developments, including locations of potential industry clusters, new community neighborhoods and transportation connections. The concept of an enhanced medical and wellness cluster is being explored. The city is currently bisected by two major road corridors, and the Nodes and Modes approach is exploring how to reconnect portions of the city with concepts such as trail networks, new public spaces, and transport loops.
Wayzata 2040, Sailing Ahead, Minnesota, USA (2017 – 2018)
Jeffrey Dahl, City Manager of Wayzata, Minnesota describes the Wayzata 2040, Sailing Ahead visioning process. Future iQ is working with the City of Wayzata on this project.
Jeff Thomson, Director of Planning and Building in the City of Wayzata describes the Wayzata 2040, Sailing Ahead visioning process. Future iQ is working with the City of Wayzata on this project.
Timelapse video from the Future iQ Big Ideas/ Nodes and Modes workshop held as part of the Wayzata 2040, Sailing Ahead vision project.
National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), USA (2016 – 2017)
David Beurle and Allen Nygard discuss the Tribal Research Futures game that was developed through a NARCH VII partnership between the NCAI Policy Research Center and Future IQ. Game themes include tribal research governance, culture and trust.
Agriparco Montespertoli, Tuscany, Italy (2014)
Paolo Santinello, Klink srl speaks about the Montespertoli Scenario Planning workshop in February 2014, run by Future iQ Partners.
Building Sustainable Regional Communities Global Consultation, Windsor Castle, UK (2012)
Gary McKeone, of St Georges House, Windsor Castle opens the Future iQ Partners Global Think Tank with Opening Remarks.
Future iQ Partners ran a Global Think Tank Consultation at Windsor Castle in 2012. David Beurle, CEO of Future iQ Partners, introduces the Consultation in this video.
Celine Beurle, Managing Director of Future iQ in Europe, introduces Lord David Puttnam – key speaker at the Global Think Tank run by Future iQ at Windsor Castle.
Celine Beurle speaks about the gap between preferred and expected futures in a regional setting, and the relation of this to Social Alienation.
David Beurle, CEO of Future iQ Partners, speaks about Language and Culture in his Key Note at the Windsor Castle Global Think Tank in 2012.
Regional Planning in Tuscany, Italy (2013 – 2015)
In May 2013, Future iQ Partners ran a one day Master Class with their Italian partners, Klink in the Regional Government Building of Tuscany, the Palazzo Bastogi. This event showcased The Future Game to a number of Regional Leaders, Utility companies (urban waste and water) and stakeholders across the Tuscany Region.
Celine Beurle, Managing Director (Europe) of Future iQ Partners introduces their Italian Partners, Klink (with subtitles). Klink talk about the need for the FiQ tools and future thinking approaches in Italy.
Klink, Italian partners of Future iQ, facilitated the Saviour Project in Italy in 2015.
Global Future Makers, Italy, UK and The Netherlands (2012-2014)
Count Fernando Guicciardini speaks about the evolution of agriculture in Tuscany. In this special interview, he tells Future iQ Partners about the history of the region and his thoughts on the future.
Professor Wim de Ridder speaks about the The Future of Europe in Episode 5 of the Future iQ Partners Future Makers series.
Ewald Breunesse, Board Member of Shell gives his thoughts on the Future of the Netherlands. He speaks about the Challenges, Vision, Scenario Planning, Climate Change and Youth.
Future Maker is a series of videos of leading future thinkers, and their thoughts on the future. This is our last Episode from Windsor Castle – entitled Shaping the Future. We will then be moving out to individual and group interviews from the Netherlands, and other parts of the world where we at Future iQ carry out our future thinking work.
Future Makers is a series of think tanks, interviews and stories from people who are shaping the future. These ‘Future Makers’ are people who are actually influencing thinking and actions to address the challenges and opportunities in today’s world.
In October 2012, Future iQ Partners held a Global Consultation entitled ‘Building Sustainable Regional Communities in Today’s World at St George’s House, Windsor Castle. At this Consultation, Future Makers was launched with interviews on topics such as energy, workforce, education and building sustainable regions. In this video we see a number of leading thinkers from across the globe, speaking about the Future of Education.
David Beurle outlines the Qualities of a Future Maker. His company has a Future Makers series of interviews with leading thinkers about the future.
Future Makers was launched at Future iQ Partners’ Consultation, ‘Building Sustainable Regional Communites in Today’s World’, held at St Georges’ House, Windsor Castle.