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Understanding change implications, exploring possible organisational futures, choosing proactive responses today.
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Deepen understanding of change with customised research, explore alternative futures for your organisation and craft new strategy with people at the core.Find out more
Webinars and workshops on uisng strategic foresight in your orgainisation. A new set online courses on building foresight capacity in your organisation is being developed. More details soon.Find our more
Free resources for anyone interested in finding out more about using foresight in organisations including Strategic Futures Guides and the Thinking Futures Insight Newsletter.Find out more

The Future of...

Coming soon: The Future of … is launching early 2015. Practical ways to explore the future of what matters for you in your organisation or group.

Find out more and register to be the first to know when we launch.

Ten pithy items on change that matters for your organisation’s future in your inbox each month. Tailored reports for your organisation also available. More info in the Resources section or head over to the Thinking Futures scanning site to sign up.Register now

Latest Thinking

  • One Stands Holding Change, Others Crushed

Predictions of Change vs Implications of Change

The end of the year is list season but for some reason this year I am seeing too many inane lists called ‘predictions for 2015′. Inane because a prediction is a narrow guess about future unknowns […]

  • futer sign

Re-packaging the Strategic Futures Guides

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 using foresight in organisations.

Since 2007, almost […]

  • brick wall

Assumption Walls

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 a reaction like:

that will never happen! – […]

  • KISS, keep it simple, stupid

KSSS: keep strategy simple stupid

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 planning through the use of foresight […]