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Purpose – To explore the alternative futures of work and the changing nature of the organization. Design/methodology/approach – Along with a long‐term macrohistorical approach, two futures methods are used: emerging issues analysis and scenarios. Findings – Four scenarios are developed: business...
Purpose – To address lessons that specify the impact and contribution of current scenario methods when focused on facilitating transition management processes. Design/methodology/approach – Comparative literature review based on transition management and scenario development. Research...
Purpose – This paper aims to present a methodology for technological foresight and technological scanning based on S&T and knowledge indicators. Design/methodology/approach – This proposal considers S&T and knowledge indicators, such as a patents indicator (technology), research and development...
Purpose – This paper explores the possible future business environment, industrial structure, technological transformation, and market for the semiconductor industry in Taiwan. Design/methodology/approach – This study applies the Delphi method to predict future trends in Taiwan's semiconductor...
Purpose – This paper seeks to explore the interrelationships between futures studies and public decision making in Sweden. Design/methodology/approach – Based on a series of interviews conducted in Stockholm in December 2003, this paper presents the main players involved in futures studies in...
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