Ten reasons why your organization should be using strategic foresight

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The COVID-19 pandemic shredded the plans and strategies of public, private and nonprofit organizations globally. Those responsible for risk analysis, business development, strategy formulation, systems and planning, and overall leadership are struggling to understand what may come next as we emerge from the crisis.

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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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