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Scott Steinberg Business Strategist, Innovation + Trend Expert, Technology Futurist

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  • Seven Forward-Thinking Ways to Future-Proof Any Organization

    o stay relevant in a fast-changing world, clearly, organizations must continually change and innovate as well. Happily, as research with scores of leading innovators for our new book “Make Change Work for You: 10 Ways to Future-Proof Yourself, Fearlessly Innovate, and Succeed Despite Uncertainty” reveals though, this process can be far less challenging than you'd think.

  • New Rules for Being Respectful at Work in the Age of Social Media

    In fact, it’s fair to say that today we’re juggling two business agendas: real and virtual.

  • Keeping It Professional Online

    Now that social media penetrates virtually every aspect of our lives, “it’s fair to say we’re juggling two business agendas,” writes strategic innovation consultant and futurist Scott Steinberg. “Real and virtual.”

  • Can I comment on my coworker's outfit without being creepy?

    Notice how the emphasis of these comments is on the piece of clothing itself versus the person. As others’ individual personalities and levels of self-confidence may differ, it’s always best to steer away from comments on how others themselves look, and rather focus on how pieces from their wardrobe are interesting and unique.

  • Futurist Trends Columns for IBM

    Series of futurist trends articles on behalf of IBM looking at banking, finance, insurance, healthcare, retail, and other topics


    But if you do, it's sorta like that 'It's not you; it's me' thing: Don't lie. But do save face a little.

  • Millennials and Boomers: A Field Guide to Generations

    50 million-reader magazine Parade asked Scott to take a closer look at different generations - and how to connect with all.

  • TD Association - How to Prepare Tomorrow's Leaders Today

    A guide to empowering your workforce and unleashing innovation

  • 5 New Skills Needed for Success

    The American Management Association asked us to redefine what skills executives would need to succeed in tomorrow's working world.

  • Should You Search Your Teen’s Browser History?

    “Teenagers are smart, and a savvy kid can always find a work-around,” he says. In that case, Steinberg’s advice has nothing to do with technology: “You have to be alert and aware of what’s going on in their offline life,”

  • Five mobile marketing tips for small and midsized businesses

    Like business owners, corporate executives and entrepreneurs, today’s customers are always on the go. That’s especially true for working professionals. Thankfully, a growing number of mobile and online solutions make it simple to connect with, engage and promote your business to them virtually anytime, anywhere.

  • New Online Publication Aims To Be Personal Concierge-On-Call For Entertainment

    He says that's what SELECT will provide readers, as well as insight into where the locals are going, as opposed to the tourist traps.

  • 10 Best Places to Take Clients and Investors to Seal the Deal

    We asked the editors of SELECT: Your City's Secrets Unlocked – an inside guide and personal concierge to your city's best bars, restaurants, travel destinations and events – to share suggestions for some of the most fitting spots around the U.S. to schedule important get-togethers, whether on the clock or off.

  • The Best Places to Travel in Europe This Year

    Why should you visit Europe on your next vacation? As the team at new nightlife and travel website SELECT: Your City’s Secrets Unlocked (the fastest way to get to know any city and live like a local) is fond of pointing out, there are a multitude of reasons. For example: World class museums. Movie-worthy beaches.

  • An Expert Career Guide to Online Job Hunting

    Today, it’s about registering for recruitment websites, making email introductions through LinkedIn, connecting with colleagues on social channels and sending virtual portfolios bouncing across the web.