Foresight: Volume 8 Issue 4
Strapline:The journal of future studies, strategic thinking and policy
Table of contents
The cultural contradictions of managing change: using horizon scanning in an evidence‐based policy contextWendy L. Schultz
The purpose of this article is to identify points of conceptual conflict between evidence‐based policy research and horizon (environmental) scanning.
Equity in a twenty‐first century learning intensive society: is schooling part of the solution?Riel Miller
The purpose of this article is to explore the relationship between equity and schooling in a post‐industrial society using a scenario of the learning intensive society.
Technology foresight: creating the future of Thailand's industriesJarunee Wonglimpiyarat
The paper aims to deal with the application of foresight in devising strategic technology policies in Thailand.
Building knowledge through action systems, process leadership and organizational learningRoland K. Yeo
The aim of this paper is to explore the notion of organizational learning as a way of collective knowledge construction to achieve long‐term competitive advantage. It…
When foresight seems impeccable, things still go wrong. Why?Jacques Richardson
This article seeks to provide a systematic examination of the unanticipated results following the introduction of various types of new policy, process, design, product or service.
Futures studies and public advisory work in IrelandCéline Mareuge
This paper is intended to provide a detailed account of foresight activities in Ireland, their methods, means, topics of research, and impact on public debate, together…
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- Prof Ozcan Saritas