Category Archives: strategy

Slides from Unlocking Foresight webinars: Future of Health and Future of Cities

Here is the link to the slides from the Future of Health Webinar organised by Unlocking Foresight and Atkins, from 17 May 2017 please go to: Future of Health Webinar   Here is the link to the slides from the … Continue reading

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Book review: The Fourth Industrial Revolution by Dr Bruce Lloyd

First published on the Unlocking Foresight Blog in June 2017 The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Klaus Schwab, World Economic Forum (2017), 192pp.* The Fourth Industrial Revolution explores how new technologies are increasing, merging the physical, biological and digital worlds in ways … Continue reading

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Book Review of Strategic Foresight by Dr Bruce Lloyd

First published on the Unlocking Foresight blog in  April 2017.  Updated and expanded version August 2017 Strategic Foresight: Learning form the Future by Patricia Lustig, Triarchy Press (2015), 177pp., £15.00, Partly because of the recent number of widely unpredicted events, … Continue reading

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Podcast on Strategic Foresight

Our CEO, Patricia Lustig, was recently interviewed about developing strategy by Dawna Jones, author of Decision-making for Dummies. In it they cover: How to develop your foresight muscles, How to scan emerging futures on a regular basis, What happens when … Continue reading

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New book just out!

Our CEO’s new book, Strategic Foresight: Learning from the future is now out, available at www.triarchypress.net/foresight or via Amazon. To read some extracts see: http://www.book2look.de/book/tOuAdpmXWe&r=IYUnEX6ZIPIitm1WXQan  

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Bezos helps Washington Post use Foresight

Jeff Bezos helped the Washington Post use Foresight for the reasons we recommend people use it. To read more, see: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/20/business/media/jeff-bezos-makes-his-mark-on-washington-post-with-new-kindle-app.html?smprod=nytcore-ipad&smid=nytcore-ipad-share&_r=0

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Would you recognise your company in 20 years?

When we work with organisations, helping them to explore what they might look like in 20-30 years, they are often surprised – shocked, sometimes – when they realise that their activities might be completely different from what they do now.  … Continue reading

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CIPD’s 100 thought leaders on the future of work

Our CEO has been quoted  by CIPD: “We will all need to be leaders – leadership from every chair – each person taking the lead whenever it is right to do so. This dispersed leadership means that HR will lead … Continue reading

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HSBC Gloucestershire is running a series of four interactive workshops for business owner/managers to help HSBC’s clients to grow their businesses to the next level by encouraging strategic thinking and helping them to develop and motivate their leadership teams. If … Continue reading

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Why are there still dinosaurs?

  I’m curious; why do businesses embark on change programmes without first having a good look around to determine what is happening in their environment?  I mean, change is hard enough without getting two very fundamental ducks in a row. … Continue reading

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