Jack Uldrich is a well-recognized global futurist, speaker, and author of eleven books, including a number of award-winning best sellers. He is a frequent speaker on technology, change management and leadership and has addressed hundreds of corporations, associations and not-for-profit organizations on five continents. He regularly makes television appearances on the Science Channel’s “FutureScape” program and the Discovery Channel show “Inside Out,” and is a frequent guest on major media outlets, including CNN, CNBC and National Public Radio.
Jack is also an ongoing contributor on emerging technologies and future trends for a number of publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Wired Magazine and BusinessWeek.
Jack is a former naval intelligence officer and Defense Department official. He previously served as the director of the Minnesota Office of Strategic and Long-Range Planning. His most recent books are "Foresight 20/20: A Futurist Explores the Trends Transforming Tomorrow" and "Business as Unusual: How to Future-Proof Yourself Against Tomorrow’s Transformational Trends, Today."
Highly regarded for his unique ability to present complex information in an entertaining, understandable and digestible manner that stays with his audiences long afterwards, Jack has spoken to hundreds of businesses and organizations, including IBM, Cisco, WiPro, Wells Fargo, General Electric, General Mills, United Healthcare, Pepsico, the Young Presidents Organization (YPO), Pfizer, Invitrogen, St. Jude Medical, AG Schering, Imation, Fairview Hospitals, Touchstone Energy, The Insurance Service Organization, The National Kitchen & Bath Association, The National Paint & Coatings Association and dozens more.
Jack Uldrich is also known for his willingness to work with clients well in advance of his presentations in order to deliver highly tailored presentations that are guaranteed to help his clients not only profit today, but continue to prosper long into the future. Jack Uldrich participates in a number of speaking engagements nationwide.
- Foresight 20/20: Ten Trends Transforming Tomorrow
- The Big AHA: How to Future-Proof Your Business Against Tomorrow’s Transformational Trends, Today
- The Future Requires Unlearning
- How the Internet of Things Will Open Up a Future of Opportunity
- Business as Unusual
- How to Think Like a Futurist
Business, Strategic Planning, Environment, Technology, Health, Science/Space, Leadership, Risk, Motivation, Global Business, Change, Organizational Development, Future, Generations, Creativity, Innova
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"Judging from the number of people that lingered to ask a question and the general “post-meeting buzz," it's clear that your presentation had people thinking. In all honesty, this is one of the best programs that we’ve had in a long time and we've had plenty of excellent ones. Thank you for an entertaining and though provoking program." - J.H., Wells Fargo
"Dear Jack: Just a quick personal note to thank you again for speaking to our senior management team. Your words were exactly what we needed to set the team's frame of mind for a day focused on strategy." - J.R. USAA
"Jack Uldrich was an extremely knowledgeable and engaging facilitator. I was impressed with his ability to bring both his work as a futurist and as a change management expert to bear on our regional issues." C.M., City Manager
"You were the hit of the show, numerous attendees came up to me and other staff members commenting on how much they enjoyed your talk. In fact, there was one gentleman who came up to me just after the opening ceremonies and said that hearing your presentation was worth coming to the show alone and he didn’'t need to hear anybody else." - A.P., The MoneyShow