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I’ve recently shared reasons why many governments are not systematically using Strategic Foresight despite the many advantages of doing so. Yet I could have written something similar about businesses failing to factor the future into their planning. According to research carried out at the University of Houston, only one in four Fortune 500 firms are practicing Foresight through in-house efforts.

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Author of Learning from Tomorrow: Using Strategic Foresight to Prepare for the Next Big Disruption

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Author of Learning from Tomorrow: Using Strategic Foresight to Prepare for the Next Big Disruption

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