You can’t always know what’s coming, but you can imagine it. You have the ability to embrace new ideas and stay hopeful about the future. That’s what futures thinking is all about. By exiting your default frame and asking the right questions, you can start to imagine new scenarios and use those to inform your decisions. For anyone trying to think ahead and act strategically, this kind of thinking is a must.
This course is part of Strategic Thinking for Everyone Specialization
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- Category: Imagining the future with a frame
- Category: Regaining power over the future
- Category: Harnessing imagination in scenarios
- Category: Asking the right questions
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