2- The Basics of SF&W Analysis

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Risk management, codified by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), allows since 2009 for an almost perfect correspondence with the ideal-type process of strategic foresight and warning (SF&W), as we use here, even though SF&W was developed mainly out of public service – notably intelligence and defense – practice and experience, and with international and national security issues in mind. The new risk management process thus lays the foundation for easily incorporating geopolitical and other national and international security issues within risks usually managed by businesses, and should facilitate discussions and exchanges between the corporate world and the public sector, including in terms of data, information, and analysis, according to the specificities and strength of each. We shall here detail the risk management process, underlines its similarities with SF&W … Continue reading When Risk Management Meets Strategic Foresight and Warning

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Strategic Foresight and Warning (SF&W) is at once process and analysis. By SF&W analysis we mean all methodologies and related issues allowing for the development of an understanding grounded in reality that will generate best anticipatory products, useful to decision-makers and policy-makers for carrying out their mission (to find your way within the myriad of labels given to anticipatory activities, see Intelligence, strategic foresight and warning, risk management, forecasting or futurism? (Open Access/Free) and When risk management meets SF&W). The larger SF&W analytical method can be seen as following the following steps, with use of various methodologies and related challenges for each step: An example of what is involved in step 1 is given here with the bibliography and links or with the bibliography on … Continue reading Strategic Foresight & Warning Analysis

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