Using foresight approaches is critical for developing futures ready strategy. If you'd like to know more about using foresight or are just curious, this Reference Guide provides an introduction to foresight and using it in organisations.
Using foresight: an introduction
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I wrote an article* with the same name as this post in 2000, talking about the need to clarify the terms used to describe university managers as opposed to university administrators. This time I’m writing […]
When I established Thinking Futures in 2007, I saw the name as an abbreviation for ‘thinking about possible futures’. Over time I’ve adapted that in my mind to ‘thinking in new ways about the future’. […]