Futures intelligence is future-related knowledge that can inform your decision-making, planning, strategy and innovation processes about the coming changes, challenges and opportunities.
With versatile use cases, foresight tools can help organisations figure out what the US election outcome means for their operational environment and what they can do to prepare.
What are the events that may influence the extrapolated cybersecurity spending trend in the future? We know that spending will increase – but how much?
Dr. Tuomo Kuosa goes into detail about how Futures Platform's futurists differentiate a trend from a hype.
Distinguishing between the two can be crucial to organisations’ survival.
Neither disruption nor innovation rarely ever comes from within one’s own industry. While monitoring changes in one’s own industry may help them stay afloat, the organisations that lead the change are those who keep a cross-industry pulse on emerging weak signals.
With public institutions operating in increasingly challenging contexts, being future-fit in today’s environment requires an increasing amount of resources.
With the speed of changes the world is facing today, there is a growing urgency for governments to invest in a collaborative, systematic approach to prepare for the future.
This guideline will provide you some ideas on how you can introduce strategic foresight in classrooms or in strategic planning for educational institutions.
How can education anticipate and adapt to the needs of a constantly changing, increasingly unpredictable world?