Collaborative Foresight: How to Game the Future

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Collaborative Foresight: How to Game the Future of Your Organization
How do you bring about synergy within your team?

Do you want to bring about collaborative change and improve your organization’s performance?

Are you an entrepreneur, a manager, or a coach who wants to know how to game the future?

This course will take you on a journey to learn how to game the future of your organization and help you understand the key factors that determine the future of your team’s performance. Throughout this course, you will engage in a series of small-scale assignments that will help you generate data and knowledge that you can apply to improve your organization. You’ll also engage in game theory discussions and case studies that will help you understand the key principles you’ll need to know to implement change.

After this course, you will be able to:
– describe how to game the future of your organization
– explain how data and knowledge are the keys to success in managing and leading teams
– apply the framework of game theory to analyze the future of your organization
– explain how teamwork and collaboration affect the future of your organization
– apply the framework of collaboration to analyze the future of your organization
– identify and evaluate key principles to guide your team to success
– critically evaluate the success of individual initiatives
– critically evaluate the failure of individual initiatives
– critically evaluate the future of your organizationCollaborative Foresight: How to Game the Future of Your Organization
Game Theory: The Art of Coaching
How Collaboration Affects the Future of Your Organization
Strategic Planning in a Changing World
Circadian clocks and biological rhythms
Your body uses different clocks and biological rhythms to control vital functions throughout your life. Understanding these rhythms and their context is essential to maintaining a healthy lifestyle and on the path to better health. This course covers topics such as how the body works, why they change and how to listen to your body. It includes practical instructions on how to analyze your own activities and to develop a basic plan for how you can better engage in physical activity and reduce your sedentary lifestyle.

You will learn about the biological clocks and how they differ in individuals, their signals and the way they are controlled. You will also learn about how different biological rhythms are expressed in the body and how this differs from lifestyle factors. You will also learn the basics of how to listen to your body and how to develop a basic plan for how you can continue to improve.

This course is part of the iMBA offered by the University of Illinois, a flexible, fully-accredited online MBA at an incredibly competitive price. For more information, please see the Resource page in this course and onlinemba.illinois.edu.Module 1: Wake Up and Get Ready
Module 2: Get Set
Module 3: Go Easy on Activity
Module 4: Stick to Your

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/collaborative-foresight

Creative Thinking: Techniques and Tools for Success

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/creative-thinking-techniques-and-tools-for-success

Creative Thinking: Techniques and Tools for Success
This course is designed for students who are creative, innovative, and innovative-minded. It is about the art of being able to think outside of the box, make something up as you go, and try things out before committing. We’ll focus on a specific skill, Creative Thinking, and how to use it to its fullest potential.

We’ll learn how to think creatively about many topics: marketing, engineering, business, design, and many others. We’ll focus on the art of keeping your creative vision locked down, making sure you don’t move around too much or do either of these two things at the same time; and most importantly, we’ll teach you how to get better results by sticking to your guns and following your gut.

To get the most out of this course, you’ll have to do a few things:
1. Explore the four skill areas we cover each, and how they are related to creativity.
2. Try out some of the topics we discuss, and make some changes based on what you find.
3. Cross-reference what you’ve learned in previous courses to get a feel for the topics we cover.
4. Try out some of the projects that were created in previous courses, and make some changes based on what you find.

The goal of this course is to learn how to use different thinking and methodologies to create something as unique and original as possible. In doing so, we’ll apply what we’ve learned in the courses to everything in our lives–art, business, and personal life.Introduction to Creative Thinking
The Mindset of Creative Thinking
Projecting and Negotiation
Self-Assessment
Digital Signal Processing
This course covers signal processing in the high-level details what both signal processing and digital signal generation. We will cover mathematical concepts all the way to the decimal point, and we will also cover the hardware-level details of processing bits and bytes. We will also cover the basics of digital signal conversion, including the bits and bytes needed to convert a bit of information into something else. This course is designed to cover the important subjects in software signal processing, but we do not require any prior knowledge of computer programming or computer hardware.We will start by covering the basic architectures of digital signal processing: how they are implemented in different hardware, how to select the appropriate architecture for a given application, and the corresponding bit patterns that are used in different situations. We then proceed to a detailed simulation of a digital signal processor, and we will talk about choosing the appropriate processor architecture to work with a particular application in mind. This will help prepare you for the next course in the specialization Digital Signal Processing: Analysis, Design, and Implementation, which will focus on the hardware details of how a processor actually functions.Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
<| Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/creative-thinking-techniques-and-tools-for-success

Exploring Emerging Technologies for Lifelong Learning and Success

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/emerging-technologies-lifelong-learning

Exploring Emerging Technologies for Lifelong Learning and Success
This course will take you through the most important challenges for today’s learning technology-savvy workforce. You’ll learn how to leverage existing technologies to create learning experiences that will enhance your employees’ future productivity and enhance their ability to learn. We’ll cover everything from the types of technologies that are used in the classroom to the use of social technologies in learning, to name a few. We’ll also cover topics such as Apple, Google, and the educational technology industry in general. We’ll also cover topics such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and user interfaces in general. We’ll also cover topics such as design thinking and effective design thinking, and also discuss the importance of design as part of a multi-layered approach to learning. You’ll also learn how to use design thinking to design technology-enabled products and services. It’s all part of being an innovator.

This is a focused course designed to rapidly get you up to speed on how to develop technology-enabled products and services using the Apple I/O (Inter-office Communication) protocols. We’ll cover everything from communication protocols and standards to the use of computers in learning, to name a few. We’ll also cover topics such as the types of Apple II/V computers, such as the Apple IIc, Apple IIgs, and Apple IIIc. We’ll also cover topics such as the use of computers in the classroom, computer graphics in the classroom, and the use of the computer in the home. We’ll also cover topics such as the use of computers in the workplace, the power of the Internet in the workplace, and the effect of technology in the home. We’ll also cover topics such as net neutrality, broadband, and wireless networks, and the ethics of using technology in learning. As you learn these topics, you’ll also unlock more advanced topics and tools that you’ll need to bring your products and services to the market.What’s Next: Design Thinking in the Cloud
Mobile Computing Concepts
Virtual Computer Systems
Internet and Profiles
Exploring and Analyzing Human Systems: Capstone Project
In this culminating project course, you will learn how to use various tools and techniques to solve a problem in a real-world setting. You will need to use the Capstone Project tool set to complete the assignments. You will need to complete the entire specialization in order to earn the Coursera Specialization Certificate.

In this second Capstone course, you will work on a multi-step data collection and analysis project. For this project, you will use various tools and techniques to collect data from more than a dozen different sources. You will work on a large dataset by grouping different sources into sub-areas. You will use various

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/emerging-technologies-lifelong-learning

Introduction to Imagemaking

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/image-making

Introduction to Imagemaking
In this course you will learn how to create interactive 3D characters and their environments. You will learn enough to get you started, but more importantly you will have a solid foundation in animation and character design that you can extend into a more advanced course. We’ll focus on key learning objectives that will let you move, run, jump, and explore the concepts you have learned throughout the course.

You will get lots of practice making 3D characters, including: animating faces-off against each other, working with materials, and working with scripts and sounds. You will also learn skills for scripting your 3D characters and working with scripts.

On the technical side of things, you will learn how to work with Unity’s asset system and create a working environment. You will also learn how to apply effects and filters to your 3D characters, including creating lighting setups and applying post-processing effects. Finally, you will learn how to work with assets by using the standard C# programming language and Unity’s scripting APIs.

This is the second course in the Unity Certified 3D Artist Specialization from Unity Technologies. To complete the assignments, you must complete the previous course (Entirely Fundamentals of 3D Art in Unity) and the third course (Tethered 3D Animators and Scene Environments).

This is an intermediate course, intended for people who are ready for their first paying roles as Unity 3D artists, or enthusiasts who would like to verify their skills against a professional standard. To succeed, you should have at least 1-2 years of experience implementing 3D art in Unity. You should be proficient at importing assets into Unity from Digital Content Creation (DCC) tools, prototyping scenes, working with lighting, and adding particles and effects. You should also have a basic understanding of 2D asset management, animation, and working with scripts. You should have experience in the full product development lifecycle, and understand multi-platform development, including for XR (AR and VR) platforms.Importing Assets into Unity
Adding Filters & Effects
Working with Assets
Tethered 3D Animators and Scene Environments
Introduction to Music Production
“Introduction to Music Production” is a 4-week long class that explores the musical concepts and technologies associated with recording, editing, mixing, and broadcasting a music piece. This course will cover the basics of recording, editing, and mixing a music piece, including:

– The basic recording and mastering information
– How music is usually made
– The types of equipment (pre-amp, hardware, software) used in the recording and editing process
– What software is used to record music
– Techniques for making music pieces better
– The types of equipment (live performance, computer, mix board, hi-fi, mics,

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/image-making

Introduction to Typography

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/typography

Introduction to Typography
Typography is the field of visual and visual information systems that emphasizes the interconnection of form and function: design principles, information architecture, and the use of typography to support these goals.

Typography is in the eye of the beholder; it will always be a work in progress. You will learn by doing.

This course will take you from the basics of typography (the types of information and their sources) to the field of typographic information systems and they apply to a wide variety of applications.Module 1: Understanding Types
Module 2: The Keyboard and the Mind
Module 3: The Display
Module 4: The Postscript
Introduction to Data Analytics
This course is designed to give you a basic understanding of data analytics and the role of data in decision making. We will cover topics such as how data is created and how analysis is carried out, data compression and decoding, and how data is used for and how business processes are managed.

We will also cover topics such as analysis and visualization which will cover different types of data and different types of charts and graphs.

We will use data from a variety of sources, including business processes, business processes used in production, business processes used in analytics, and data from various disciplines including statistics, modeling, and data visualization.

By the end of this course you should be able to explain the role of data in business decision making and enable your audience to understand the importance of data in everyday life.Data Introduction
Analytic Tools
Visualization
Converting Data to Meaningful Presentations
Introduction to Deep Learning
This course will give you a deep understanding of deep learning and its applications. We will cover topics such as how deep learning is developed, the different deep learning algorithms and frameworks, and how deep learning applications are created. We will also introduce some of the most popular deep learning frameworks, such as Tensor Flow, and demonstrate how they fit into the broader data science framework. We will teach you how to tune these neural networks to perform a task at a high accuracy, and how to apply specific deep learning algorithms to a wide variety of problems. This course will enable you to immediately use deep learning in your career.Module 1: Deep Learning and Machine Learning
Module 2: Deep Learning Processes
Module 3: Neural Networks
Module 4: Deep Learning Applications
Introduction to Data Visualization
This course will give you a basic understanding of data visualization and how to apply different visualization techniques for a variety of data types. We will cover topics such as data clustering, bar charts, text rendering, and working with data across time. We will also show you how to apply different programming techniques for visualization, including a variety of interpreted languages, code generation

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/typography

Modern Art & Ideas

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/modern-art-ideas

Modern Art & Ideas: New Media, New Places
Do you want to know how to re-imagine your art and create new forms and expressions? This course will give you an understanding of the ways in which the digital revolution has affected the ways of the mind, leading to the creation of new ideas and expressions. Through visual examples, you will learn how the use of digital technologies have led to the democratisation of expression, and the creation of new artistic, artistic-legacies. In addition, you will be introduced to some of the most important issues in the debate about digital technologies and expression, including the critical question of the role of culture in the digital revolution. If you are interested in the ways in which digital technology is being used in the arts, this course is for you!Introduction to Modern Art & Ideas: New Media, New Places
Digital Technology & Expression
Creative Problem Solving
Cultural and Social Issues & Decisions
Modern & Contemporary Art
Modern and contemporary art is a rich mix of experimental, experimental, and experimental styles. Founded in 2014 by artist and Duke professor, Pedro Lasch, the school focuses on Spanish-American art, American and European modernism, and contemporary architecture. The school has produced some of the most important artists of our time, including: Rafael Viñoly, Hans Haacke, Carandiru, Hans Haacke, Andy Warhol, Vincent van Gogh, and many more. Lasch has been described as “the father of American contemporary art.” His works are on view at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and the Whitney Biennial.The School & the Artist, Pedro Lasch
The Class & Its Teachers
How Art and Education Work Together
Introduction to the American Dream, Rafael Viñoly
Introduction to the American Dream, Carandiru
Introduction to the American Dream, Andy Warhol
More C# Programming and Unity
This course is the second course in the specialization about learning how to develop video games using the C# programming language and the Unity game engine on Windows or Mac. Why use C# and Unity instead of some other language and game engine? Well, C# is a really good language for learning how to program and then programming professionally. Also, the Unity game engine is very popular with indie game developers; Unity games were downloaded 16,000,000,000 times in 2016! Finally, C# is one of the programming languages you can use in the Unity environment.

This course assumes you have the prerequisite knowledge from the previous course in the specialization. You should make sure you have that knowledge, either by taking that previous course or from personal experience, before tackling this course. The required prerequisite knowledge is listed in the “Who this class is for” section below. Throughout this course you’ll continue building your foundational C#

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/modern-art-ideas

Ready, Set, Future! Introduction to Futures Thinking

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/introduction-to-futures-thinking

Ready, Set, Future! Introduction to Futures Thinking
The setting today is ideal for a return to basics: a typical Friday night, as the weather turns cool and the kids get back into their sport activities. A business meeting is an exception, as the host country is the host school of the attending team. But the type of business meeting that is appropriate for a football game is not.

The appropriate venue for a conversation about football, baseball, or hockey is the business meeting of the day. A business meeting is not only an opportunity, but a requirement. This course is designed to help you explore the nature of the relationship between the host country and the team. You will gain some familiarity with the issues, expectations, and customs of the host country. You will also gain some insight into the thinking of individuals and organizations in the business. That said, this course is designed for you to understand the mindset and mindset of the players and coaches in the business, as well as the way the players and coaches interact with the management. This course will give you an in-depth understanding of the mindset and mindset of the players and coaches, as well as the way they interact with the management. This course will give you an opportunity to put to use what you have learned in the previous courses in this Specialization.In-Depth Understanding of Mindset and Mindset of Athletes
The Owner and Manager Aspects of Business Meetings
Mindset of the Host Country’s Team
The Way the Players and Coaches Interact with the Management
Rise of the Robots: How Technology is Revolutionizing Society
The Rise of the Robots: How Technology is Revolutionizing Society is a course that looks at the most fundamental trends shaping our future – technology and innovation, and how they are impacting society. The course will explore these key questions:

• What is technology doing for us?
• How technology is being applied?
• What role do robots play in society?
• What is the nature of creativity?
• Who are some of the most creative people in the world?
• What do we need to know to predict the future?

The course is divided into eight modules and features numerous video lectures, interactive activities, and case studies. The course is designed to rapidly get you up to speed on key topics in robotics and artificial intelligence, and will provide you with an understanding of the key concepts and debates concerning these topics.

You will have the opportunity to explore the robots, they, and machines that are changing the world. We will explore the evolution of robotics, the application of robotics to new domains of concern, the impact of the web, and the impact of finance. You will also have the opportunity to put to use what you have learned in our course on the debate between free markets and socialism, and the role of artificial intelligence (AI).

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/introduction-to-futures-thinking

Urgent Optimism: How to Turn Foresight into Action

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/urgent-optimism

Urgent Optimism: How to Turn Foresight into Action
Foresight is an essential asset that any organization must have in order to succeed. Whether you are a manager trying to persuade employees to adopt a particular strategy, a student trying to influence students to adopt a particular approach, or a community organizer trying to bring about social change, knowing when to look foward and anticipate problems is essential. In this course, we will take a look at the “what-if” scenarios and how to use your natural human tendency to see the best in situations. You will learn how to engage with people in a positive manner and in a non-judgmental manner. You will also learn how to create a safe environment for people to work together in all areas of your life. We will examine the problem solving and the problem solving process in order to help you see the best in people and in situations. By the end of the course, you will have come up with a plan for engaging with people in a positive and non-judgmental manner and in a safe environment. You will also have developed the ability to create a safe environment for people to work together on a wide range of issues.

There is a reason why this course has been ranked among the top 50 MOOCs of All Time by Class Central out of more than 1,000 MOOCs. Why? Well, we have put a great deal of thought and effort into each and every one of you. Each and every one of you are our student, and we want you to be an active learner as well as a passionate contributor to the learning community. This course is a great place to start if you are looking to dive deeper into Optimism. The topics and techniques in this course are designed to help you become a better and more effective Optimist.

After creating you will be able to:
1. Design an ideal organization and team environment for problem solving
2. Identify the root cause of your team’s problems and root solutions
3. Explore your team’s problems and root solutions in order to determine the root causes of your team’s problems and solutions
4. Build an effective problem solving and problem solving process
5. Apply the 5 steps model to your team’s problems and solutionsNew Team Environment, Root Causes & Solutions
Solution Solving Process
Planning Process
Urban Sprawl & Urban Sprawl Eradication
Urban sprawl and urban sprawl contamination are important issues in our global neighborhood. This course will provide you a deeper understanding of urban sprawl, its causes, impacts, and policies that are necessary to address both. You will learn about the different types of built environments, their characteristics, building codes, environmental and health risks, and the different regulatory frameworks and policies that are put into place to address the problems and mitigate the risks.

We’ll cover all major urban issues from spatial planning and sustainability to urban design and

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/urgent-optimism

What Is Contemporary Art?

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/contemporary-art

What Is Contemporary Art?
This free online course from the University of London explores the ideas, techniques, and concepts behind contemporary art—art that has been created since the 19th century, or since the turn of the 20th century. The course explores the artist and/or viewer’s guide to some of the key ideas and concepts in the field of art history, including: object, form, medium, technology, form of representation, social context, and intellectual life. The course also explores the various artists and movements that developed from their experiences in the field of art, including: artists, innovators, critics, practitioners, and critics; artists, writers, musicians, and artists, and artists, and critics. The course is aimed at those of you interested in learning more about art and history, as well as those of you interested in exploring the themes, inspirations, and concepts relating to art, in order to enrich your life and art practice.

As art is defined by the process of making—and by the process of learning—it is also the process of creation. This course examines the entire process of taking an idea, developing it into a work of art, and putting that artwork into words. We will look at everything from the initial sketches and initial drawings to the final painting that ultimately ends up in the hands of an artist. The course will focus not only on the artist’s guide to how an artist creates a work of art, but also their process of thinking and making.

This is a beginner-friendly course! If you are new to the subject, start with the discussion of the basic elements of art and how they are made. Then move on to the elements of art that are important to an artist: form, medium, technology, and content. Finally, we will discuss the elements that are most important to an artist: content, technology, and form. We will look at the whole process of art creation, including the elements and qualities of content that an artist needs to create his or her art.Introduction to Art & Art
The Elements of Art
Technology & Media
Form & Medium
What is Social?
This course is designed to help you develop critical thinking skills for social encounters. We’ll cover topics such as how to interact with people in an effective and meaningful way, how to establish positive relationships in a wide variety of social situations, and how to establish a bond with others. These skills will give you the opportunity to present information, ask questions, and become part of a larger social conversation.

We’ll also look at topics such as sarcasm, meanness, and the nature of self-deception. We’ll consider topics such as how to interact constructively with others, and how to build relationships in a wide variety of social situations. Finally, we’ll consider topics such as the role of social institutions and the role of communication in building relationships.Introduction to Social

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/contemporary-art

Sharpened Visions: A Poetry Workshop

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/poetry-workshop

Sharpened Visions: A Poetry Workshop
This is a workshop designed to share with others sharpened artistic visions that have been successfully published or are in the process of being written. Sharpened artistic visions are not easily discovered or reproduced, let alone brought to fruition. This course will enable participants to identify with a vision, and to understand the motivation for bringing their vision to the world. The course will also help those who have attempted to bring their visions to the world to understand the dynamics of the marketplace. It will emphasize the craft of finding one’s own vision, and the importance of being an active and creative participant in the marketplace of ideas.

This is a short-form residency, open to anyone with a passion for poetry and/or songwriting. We hope you will join in!

Alison Holst, Curator
John Holst, Co-owner
Kathleen O’Brien, Art Director
Mark Sinnott, Composer
Jill Smolenski, Vocalist

Molly Sullivan, Player

Ben Schlosberg, Actor

Rene Straus, Actor

Jill Smolenski, Vocalist

Ben Schlosberg, Actor

Rene Straus, Actor

Jill Smolenski, Vocalist

Music: “Poetry in a Simple World” (http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/poetry-in-a-simple-world) by David Langford (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odOsR_kP_uU) and Peter F. Rothermel (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odOsR_kP_uU)

* This course is a resource for artists and writers, and is not intended to help with applying for tuition, applying for financial aid, applying for a job or applying for graduate study.Course Overview & Fellowships & Postgraduate Study
Fellowship & Postgraduate Study
Writing & Publishing
Teaching & Class Performance
Schizophrenia: An Introduction
Learn about the biology of mental illness and why some people are more likely to have a mental illness, and how the illness develops.

This is a short-form residency, open to anyone with a passion for poetry and songwriting. We hope you will join in!

Alice Garcia, Ph.D.
Professor
Anatomy, Neurophysiology, and Neuropsychology
Anatomy and Neurophysiology
Neuropsychology

Music: “Anatomy for Musicians” (Tritonal, London, 2005), available at http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/antatomy-musicians/112013600.html.

* This course is a resource for artists

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/poetry-workshop