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Gross domestic product as an indicator of wealth and therefore quality of life have long been criticised. GDP places too much emphasis on consumption and ignores wealth distribution. Importantly it also takes no account of environmental issues. This article considers the development of an...
This article describes the development of scenarios to stimulate public dialog concerning healthcare values. Different values lead to different futures. America’s current healthcare system has serious difficulties and must be transformed, but the underlying problems will not be addressed until...
In his review of notable planning disasters, Hall proposes two ways for avoiding future disasters. In a turbulent age, the improvement of forecasting methods is quite problematic. Ranking near and distant futures requires images of alternative future developments. This paper investigates the use...
That being face‐to‐face in business communication remains important in the face of low cost electronic options raises interesting questions. In an earlier article in this Journal, I pointed to innovation as one reason why being physically close is important. Here the probe is broadened. Special...
Roles of leadership in coping with uncertainty are explored in this paper. Through an in‐depth, empirically (CEOs of top, ASEAN publicly listed corporations) grounded discussion, the authors argued for the presence of a deep cultural divide between Eastern and Western leaders on coping with...
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