Foresight: Volume 14 Issue 5


The journal of future studies, strategic thinking and policy

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Web‐based horizon scanning: concepts and practice

Marco A. Palomino, Sarah Bardsley, Kevin Bown, Jennifer De Lurio, Peter Ellwood, David Holland‐Smith, Bob Huggins, Alexandra Vincenti, Harry Woodroof, Richard Owen

In this review, the aim is first to define horizon scanning and then outline the general approach currently employed by many organisations using web‐based resources. It


Foresight styles assessment: a valid and reliable measure of dimensions of foresight competence?

Lucas van der Laan, Ronel Erwee

The foresight styles assessment (FSA) was regarded as an important empirical measure and dimension of a strategy level leader's dominant and back‐up styles of engaging

Strategic foresight and environmental uncertainty: a research agenda

Riccardo Vecchiato

The main purpose of this article is to promote further systematic inquiry into the field of strategic foresight. It carefully aims to re‐examine the notion of


Humanity 3000: a comparative analysis of methodological approaches to forecasting the long‐term

Sohail Inayatullah

Based on a report to the non‐profit organization, The Foundation for the Future, this article aims to review methodological approaches to forecasting the long‐term future.

Sense making, futures work and the global emergency

Richard A. Slaughter

The purpose of this paper is to discuss and take forward several themes in two earlier papers by Ogilvy and Miller. After summarising their main points it seeks to

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