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Jon Robert Dohmen, Strategy Consultant, Norway
Strategic foresight often uses future views and scenarios to help envision how the future could look like. The aim is NOT to PREDICT the future, but to make participants of a process AWARE of possible futures and thereby to be READY, both mentally and in making better strategies and decisions today. We often use too much energy in analyzing and investigating the present and historical facts. Just think about the endless strategy methods focusing on the present. But the most profound earnings are in making good decisions today on the basis of how the future unfolds. So in my experience when making strategies it is very important to try to handle the question: "What if A or B or C happens, what do we do then?". (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  Mihai Ionescu, Business Consultant, Romania

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  Kurt Ludikovsky, Consultant, Austria

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  Ranjeet Menon, Project Manager, India

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  Gary Wong, Consultant, Canada

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  knowles, Director, United Kingdom

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  Kurt Ludikovsky, Consultant, Austria

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  Helen Strong, Business Consultant, South Africa

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  Miguel Sacramento, Business Consultant, Brazil

Looking to the Past You Will Colide with the Future!

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  Wilson Fyffe, Business Consultant, Singapore

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  Andrew Blaine, Business Consultant, South Africa

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  srinivas, Lecturer, India

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