Scenarios: Going Beyond Data To Map Complex Futures

When we want to implement change and transformation in our organizations, we are introducing a new vision or a new level of growth. This means that the old way of doing things – the way we measured and implemented the old processes and operations – won’t suffice as a...

10 Questions to Test Future Readiness in Your Organization

For Rainer Rilke, poet and novelist, the future wasn’t a distant and nonexistent concept that could be flippantly disconnected from the present. Rather, the seeds of the future were contained within the present, and those seeds were waiting to grow and blossom. To...

Why Do Many Corporate Foresight Efforts Fail?

You don’t need to look hard to find examples of companies that failed to adapt to the changing business and technology landscapes of their time. From Kodak to Britannica, the headlines have been littered with former brand icons which now find themselves struggling to...

How Creativity Grows from Natural Foresight®

One of the greatest deficits of our time is an impoverishment of “creativity generators” or cultures of creativity within our organizations. By becoming captive to the “bottom line” of Wall Street, our organizational and governmental expressions fell prey to extremely...

Why Natural Foresight® Makes Your Organization Healthier

Here’s a secret about futures thinking and foresight: It should be a natural part of your organizational processes and operations, an organic component of your business culture. In other words, foresight should naturally flow from organizational design, being just as...