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In the aftermath of 11 September, the future is more uncertain than ever. This article considers some of the factors contributing to this uncertainty which business planning for the future needs to take into account. These include the emergence of a new breed of consumer who are influencing a...
In this article, we draw together aspects of contemporary theories of knowledge (particularly organisational knowledge) and complexity theory to demonstrate how appropriate conceptual rigor enables both the role of government and the directions of policy development in knowledge-based economies...
In the fall of 2001, the Foresight and Governance Project at the Woodrow Wilson Center began a process to develop long‐term (40‐50 year) goals for governments. This project, supported by NASA, involved both domestic and international surveys and a workshop held in May of 2002. The workshop...
In this paper, some of the most important results of the recent work of the author's Futures Observatory, the culmination of a decade of global research involving several thousand managers and professionals from large organisations, are explored in the context of the long-range planning...
This article provides basic conceptions and visions of the regional foresight system in Finland. It includes brief information concerning foresight activities and an up-dated description of the current regional foresight system in Finland. In the 1990s there has been a "boom" of extensive...
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