Executive Director, Foresight Canada
Ruben’s deepest interest is not about having us succeed as a Modern/Industrial form of civilization, but evolving beyond it. The core challenge is, “How can we learn to cooperate with our own evolution as persons, families, groups, institutions and a whole society?”
Ruben has written extensively on a wide range of topics, including civilizational paradigm change, strategic foresight 2.0 as the new cognitive work of leadership, the societal implications of micro-electronic technologies, the emerging information society, 21st Century social policy, and the future of democracy. He has also designed and led new organizations and government programs. Ruben has taught at Queen’s University and the University of Calgary. He is a graduate of Queen’s University and Queen’s Theological College in Kingston, Canada. He has also studied at United Theological College, Bangalore, India and the University of Calgary. Ruben Is a Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science and the World Business Academy.
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