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Purpose– This paper aims to introduce movements in scenario methodology, to design a moving strategic foresight approach. Design/methodology/approach– The authors firstly question the limits of plausibility from an ontological and epistemological perspective to expand scenarios beyond the...
Purpose– This paper asks “Why is the future in futures studies plural?” The attitude toward inquiry, based on post-actor-network theory (ANT) literature, positions philosophical questions about the ontological character of the future within the context of “planning” for it (i.e. in practice)....
Purpose– This paper aims to address the broad question of how organizations capture value from foresight exercises. Through a comparative case analysis, this paper looks at what firms do to make the information usable and create value. It explores factors that cause different firms to respond...
Purpose– This paper aims to make use of participatory scenarios to assess the multiple aspects of space with the help of future scenarios. Design/methodology/approach– This paper makes an attempt to appreciate multiple representations of space where past and present experiences merge with future...
Purpose– The purpose of the paper is to identify individual, organisational and national factors that have differential effects on job satisfaction and its drivers in service industries. Design/methodology/approach– Based on data from the fifth European Working Condition Survey on ca. 17,000...
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