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With 2019 winding down, FSG would like to take this opportunity to share some of the year’s highlights and to take a peek at what’s in store for the year ahead.
Scenario planning is a powerful tool, but it's not the right remedy for all organizations worried about the future.
There is too much at stake to rely on old assumptions. Only by forcing ourselves to imagine previously un-thought-of futures are we really starting to take future uncertainty seriously.
Wicked problems resist resolution, but as guest contributor Mark Trexler argues, the uncertainties surrounding climate change should not prevent organizations considering the implications and planning accordingly.
The iconoclastic historian John Lukacs, who died this week, was skeptical of the value of prognostication. So is FSG.
Intelligent technologies are so woven into our lives that we no longer see them. They are not us. Yet we permit them to decide for us...
We wish our clients, collaborators and friends happy holidays and a prosperous New Year.
We're not yet to designer babies or Gattica, but those futures are no longer science fiction.
With any strategic planning exercise, maintaining momentum through the implemention phase can be a challenge. Here are some important insights we've picked up along the way.
Biology is not destiny, but the field of genomics is chock full of powerful implications -- for science, medicine, commerce, society and just about anything we can think of.
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