Over the new year we set up a new service for one-on-one strategic conversations. A chance for people to consider their achievements and decide on the what type of future they might like to create. These sessions were aimed at professionals to rethink their personal and professional goals, or to help think through organisational strategies for […]
We draw on a range of foresight and strategy frameworks to help you and your organisation discover new insights. Our clients have included GlaxoSmithKline, St John's Ambulance, RiAus, Leaders' Institute of South Australia, Adelaide City Council, Electranet, Northern Territory Government, Primary Industries and Resources (SA), and Forensic Science SA.
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If you are active in engaging with people on an issue, it’s critical their input and feedback is included in making future recommendations. And people should be able to see how their input has been considered. Sounds simple, but it’s often overlooked. A good facilitator will incorporate these inputs during the session and explain what new […]
Book now for personal foresight advisory sessions and future proof yourself for 2015. The best in class listicles for 2014 are popping up everywhere, whether it be Vanity Fair’s best movies, Bill Gates’ best books, Goodreads’ best fiction or Apple’s best of everything. But are you taking the time to consider your “best of” list for your […]
Thinking about the future can be difficult. How do we move beyond thinking about the issues, and potential solutions, to imagining a transformed vision? At the BIG Science Communications Summit (by Science Rewired, #bigsci13), we facilitated conversations about the future using Futures Boards, large canvases for participants to use as a base to sketch out […]
Kristin: One of the models I teach to postgraduate students is Wilber’s Integral Four-Quadrant Model. The model is a useful diagnostic for ensuring that a more holistic view of an issue can be presented by considering factors through four perspectives. These four perspectives embrace both the observable word of metrics and systems, and the internal world of values […]