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World Peace - The Transition: Of an Automated Society Paperback – December 18, 2015
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About the Author
Edward Tilley lives in Oakville, Ontario, Canada and is an Author, Innovation Futurist, Lecturer, CEO; CIO, CTO, CFO, COO, who has led 300+ complex hitech projects in dozens of major corporations and governments running more than 500 projects annually. Edward is a brilliant, big-picture, process-minded and strategic engineer, life-long student, and though-leader with the experience needed to research and build a workable plan for World Peace. He exceeds a PhD equivalence in Engineering and Technology in career; and greatly enjoys research in facts, history, economics, business, political science, engineering, automation, and robotics. Family and society are important to him as his forefathers were Puritans and Founding Fathers. History connects us all to the importance of leveraging lessons from the past. In community volunteer roles, he founded one of the largest Minor Sports organization in Southern Ontario, and that volunteer work gave him the chance to hire eight management teams and to get to know 800 young people and their parents in programs every year as well. This connected him to the next generation and to their hopes for a bright future. In Edwards words... World Peace is an important topic and I hope that I’ve provided valuable insights. Writing this book has changed the way that I look at the everything. The meaningful life has little to do with unreflective happiness nor religion, rather it is a life filled with worthwhile projects and families is one of those projects too. I choose to write books that are prodigious and maybe even epic, about projects that make the world a better place. Join me as CSQ1.org where I look forward to reading about your BIO & Worthwhile Projects too.
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