Category Archives: Foresight

The Implications of Water for the Future…

Water, water, everywhere, and not a drop to drink, or should it be “not a drop to fill the coffers of business?” That is the question looming menacingly over the business horizon. “Dwindling water supplies are a greater risk to … 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 blog by our CEO on Huffington Post Great Places to Work Blog

Please see: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/great-work-cultures/five-steps-to-develop-you_b_12732662.html for our latest article from our CEO Patricia Lustig.

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Article in BL Magazine about Strategic Foresight & Patricia Lustig

  Dr. Liz Alexander has written an article in BL Magazine about Strategic Foresight which mentions our CEO and her recent book.   See: BLMagazine_strategicforesight or see the journal online – article is on page 42.  https://issuu.com/businesslife.co/docs/bl43_final    

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NEW BLOG on RSA Website

New blog is up – another one! Written by our CEO, on the RSA Website about the importance of foresight and conducting your due diligence on the future: https://www.thersa.org/discover/publications-and-articles/rsa-blogs/2016/01/use-your-foresight-muscles-to-plan-for-successfully-for-the-future/

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New blog for British Airways Business Life

  Our CEO has written a blog for British Airways Business Life on the benefits of strategic foresight.  See: http://businesslife.ba.com/News-and-Blogs/Business-Life-Blog/Patricia-Lustig.html We can all use some foresight to improve decision making.    

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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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Demographics Are Driving Entrpreneurship

Suppose you have been led to believe that your ailment will get much worse in the future. But what if instead, things start to improve. How would you feel? You’d probably be pretty excited. Exactly the same sort of excitement … Continue reading

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A Disturbing Emerging Trend

Do you sometimes wake up to a sinking feeling that things are just not headed in the right direction? Maybe, you worry about your debts, children’s college tuition, housing rent or child-care. Or maybe you are frustrated by not being … Continue reading

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A hotel with a difference. Robots anyone?

When you check into a hotel, you expect a decorous greeting and a bright smile at reception. Imagine that you suddenly realise that the person you are speaking to is not really a human, but a robot. And she calls … Continue reading

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