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futuristic

denoting or relating to design, technology, etc., that is thought likely to be current or fashionable at some future time; ultramodern
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After consulting with department personnel experts, the team realized that this project will constitute a long-term effort in conjunction with employees; futuristically, team members will serve as subject-matter experts to personnel employees as they update position descriptions and appraisal systems.
Thinking futuristically, he expects that "info-ality" will be the next step, as computer interaction with physical objects will access virtual tools.
Balancing this backward glance, Paul Pfeiffer's digital video of a bouncing basketball is frenetically, futuristically dense.
Even the most futuristically oriented librarians have learned to temper their rhetoric about the digital nirvana and acknowledge the continuing utility of the book.
Deery's article, "The Biopolitics of Cyberspace: Piercy Hacks Gibson," discusses Marge Piercy's complex novel He, She and It, which embeds eutopias within the larger context of dystopia and explores the idea of the cyborg both historically through the legend of the Golem, and futuristically through two characters: Yod, a completely constructed yet nevertheless completely humanoid creature, and Nili, a technologically modified woman warrior.
They also recommend that firms reach into the future by expanding their time horizons, launching more experi-mental products and services, creating strategic alliances with a focus on newly emerging markets and technologies, and thinking continuously futuristically. The vir-tual and network forms of organization design that focus on sharing authority, responsibility, and resources among people and divisions that must cooperate frequently to achieve common goals will begin to replace traditional hierarchical structures.
Probably not" - that is, not if he didn't keep up with technology, effective management practices, thinking futuristically, or maintaining his zeal for the job.
It would however, be necessary for firms to think more futuristically and set a broad time frame to accomplish their corporate mission.
COACH: Looking futuristically at women's basketball: Do you see the game changing in any major respects?
Appealing to youngsters who find video games enthralling, this "interactive connect-the-dots adventure" features a futuristically clad hero forced to find his way through a maze.
In futuristically oriented Seattle, a beta test has just begun.
Regardless of where on the social-economic-political ladder the Cherokee find themselves positioned vis-a-vis the federal and state governments, they have always maintained a vivid historically based but futuristically inspired sense of what their peoples' duties and moral obligations were to the federal government in the reciprocal treaties and agreements entered.