On this episode, Host Jason Shupp dives deep with Jeremy Nulik. Through Jeremy’s origin story, he shares his passion for meaning and the impact of our imagination, especially when applied to business strategy. Listen until the end as Jeremy takes the abstract of futurism and breaks it down into actionable practices.
Jeremy Nulik remains inspired in his lifelong pursuit of resilient visions, ones that sustain us beyond present-day circumstances. An accomplished journalist and futurist, he fuses his cultivated talents for listening and storytelling with his passion for enabling organizations to perceive and affect change.
In his role as Vice President of Strategic Foresight at Bigwidesky, Jeremy emboldens imaginative organizational capabilities and demystifies the creation of business strategies in uncertain times.
Jeremy has a Professional Certificate in Foresight from the University of Houston, one of only a handful of accredited programs in the world. He has deployed the tools of foresight to branding, organizational development, and communications strategies for companies and associations such as Marcone, Monsanto (now Bayer), Tecsys, UNCOMN, United Soybean Board, Security Advisors Alliance, Forward through Ferguson and Genuine McCarthy Enterprises. Additionally, he has penned tales of the bravery and defeat of remarkable innovators on the pages of American City Business Journals, Alive Magazine, Feast Magazine, Entrepreneur’s Quarterly, and Small Business Monthly.
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