When I set up Thinking Futures in 2007, I made a conscious decision to offer a range of free resources because of my commitment to spreading the word about the value of […]
Assumption walls are brick walls in your thinking that prevent you from seeing and accepting the new possibilities of the future.
You will know you have hit an assumption wall when you have […]
I wrote about slow strategy recently. Slow strategy is part of moving beyond conventional planning approaches. It occurred to me in 2005 that we needed to move beyond strategic […]
The last post The Paradox of the Future 1 outlined the nature of paradoxes and the need to craft futures ready strategy to address the tensions that arise from them. […]