Futures and foresight approaches encourage us to think about and plan strategically for the future. They are less about predicting the future, and more about helping us to make sense of the present: to identify trends, map alternative futures, and come up with plans for how to reach the future that we most desire.
The following guide provides an overview of tools and models from futures and foresight, with practical suggestions about how to use these in your work.
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Catch up on the third in our series of practical workshops featuring an introduction to futures and foresight methodologies, and some systematic thinking on current problems and future possibilities.