Best practices for organizing for foresight

In this 20-minute keynote, FIBRES CEO Panu Kause shares 5 best practices for organizing for foresight.


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How do companies happy with their foresight work organize for it? This keynote builds on years of practical experience from many corporate environments, and on the results from our focused foresight practitioner surveys.

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Rule #1: Continuity

How to establish a continuous way of working.

Rule #2: Bias for action

How to take actions based on your findings.

Rule #3: Shared repository

 Why it's important to use a shared repository.

Rule #4: Preset models

How using preset models for sensemaking helps.

Rule #5: Collaboration

How and why to involve people in your process.

Defining distributed foresight

What your end state could look like.

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