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Entries in Foresight & Futures (5)

Wednesday
Jan252017

We have choices to make

The next four years will be interesting times for organizations. One of the big trends I see is a forward and backward momentum. At the moment it feels like a schism. Two tectonic plates rubbing against each other. Explore what it means for your organization and the choices ahead.

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Tuesday
Jan172017

A CEO’s Most Important Superpower

Whether you're the chief executive of a nonprofit, association, or business; a board member or board chair; or director of a business unit or program, one of the most important superpowers you need to cultivate is the ability to peer into the future and extrapolate the impact for your organization.

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Wednesday
Jan112017

Can Fake News Get Even Faker?

And are you ready for that inevitability? This new video technology could CGI your video speaker's speech.

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Tuesday
Jan032017

The debilitating impact of uncertainty

Nobody can tell you what the future holds. However, there is a way to shine light into the darkness and extrapolate what we can see there so that you have ideas about the road ahead. What’s the real value of this process?

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Wednesday
Nov092016

We Need You Now More Than Ever

If you work for or serve a mission-driven organization — a nonprofit, an association, or a purpose-driven company — we have work to do. The world — your world — needs you now more than ever.

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