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Revisiting Timeliness for Strategic Foresight and Warning

To exist, foresight products as well as warnings must be delivered to those who must act upon them, the customers, clients or users. Furthermore, they must be provided in a timely fashion. This criterion of timeliness is extremely important. It means that customers or users will have enough time to decide and then implement any necessary course of action as warranted by foresight. … Continue reading Revisiting Timeliness for Strategic Foresight and Warning

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As Cynthia Grabo underlines, a warning does not exist if it is not delivered. Similarly, a foresight product – or risk assessment or horizon scan – has to be delivered. Furthermore, if foresight and warning are to be actionable, then clients or customers – those to whom the product has been delivered – must pay heed to the foresight, … Continue reading “Delivery” of Strategic Foresight and Warning “products:” learning from the social and mobile web?

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