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Part consultancy, part thinktank, part social enterprise, Halcyon helps you prepare for and respond to personal, organisational and societal change.

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To be a catalyst is the ambition most appropriate for those who see the world as being in constant change, and who, without thinking that they control it, wish to influence its direction - Theodore Zeldin

A Mundane Comedy is Dominic Kelleher's new book, which will be published in early 2020. We will be publishing extracts on this site and across social media during the first quarter of 2020. Please feel free to contact us with any questions about the book.

2020

What Really Happened? -The 2010s
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Halcyon In Future 31 October 2016

The Institute for the Future published a Ten-Year Forecast in 2010 that it claimed would be a benchmark forecast for the next decade, focusing on five driving themes:

Imagining a "circular economy"

"Cradle-to-cradle" organisations claim to be able to dramatically lower their environmental impact and increase their "eco-effectiveness".  This forms part of a wider drive towards a "circular economy", which imagines ways to re-think and re-design the way we make stuff and re-design the way our economy works - designing products that can be 'made to be made again' and powered by renewable energy.

Halcyon Highlights no.1

Halcyon Highlights is a bi-weekly round-up of some of the most compelling trends that we have spotted over the past fortnight.  + , - or = indicate whether we consider each trend/development to prove mainly positive, negative or neutral/too early to judge...

In Future - problem of information overload to worsen Halcyon In Future 18 July 2011
According to global IT market intelligence and advisory firm IDC, the volume of digitised information will reach almost 35 trillion gigabytes by 2020.
 

 

China trends, towards 2020 Halcyon In Future 28 May 2011

After the Chinese economy overtook Japan's in 2010, the Economist estimated that over the next decade annual real GDP growth will average 7.75% in China and 2.5% in America, while inflation rates average 4% and 1.5%, and the yuan appreciates by 3% a year.