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Tuesday, October 13, 2020Education

Plan like a Futurist Optimize your Strategic Decision Making

Optimizing strategic plans and actions to generate growth and limit risk is a challenging task in the best of times.  2020 is not one of those times!  A global pandemic, national agitation around social justice and an upcoming presidential election are creating uncertainty about even the near future of the work environment.

Join us on October 13th from 11-12 pm for a hands-on virtual workshop. This workshop is for for strategic leaders and planners, and will share how to use the futurist’s toolkit for optimizing decision making in the context of uncertainty.  The futurist's toolkit includes methods for combining empirical trend data with the rigorous use of imagination to envision otherwise unforeseen risks and opportunities.

You’ll leave the webinar with a concrete activity you can use yourself, or take back to your organization, to help reduce risk and to make purposeful, informed decisions -- even when information does not exist.

Plan Like a Futurist will be led by Dr. Amy Zalman. Amy is founder and CEO of Prescient, a foresight consultancy that helps Fortune 500 firms, governments and non-profit organizations to anticipate and prepare for the future. She is a professor of strategic foresight in the Culture, Communications & Technology...  More >>

When:
Tuesday, October 13, 2020 11:00 AM thru 12:00 PM
Where:
Virtual Event. Zoom information will be sent before the event.
REGISTER:
Register here. Webinar login info will be emailed prior to the event.

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