When crisis strikes, strategic foresight can help.
At its core, strategic foresight is about managing uncertainty. Our step-by-step Crisis Foresight Sprint helps you regain control and take definitive action in moments of acute uncertainty.
COVID-19. War in Ukraine. Climate crises. These are shocks to the system. Suddenly the question is no longer “what would we do, then?” but rather, “what should we do, now?!”
Foresight methodologies, while designed to address long-term future uncertainty, can also be deployed at moments of acute crisis. Decisive, high-impact events leave one feeling overwhelmed and uncertain what to do, despite the fact that these moments of acute uncertainty require taking definitive action.
Gain clarity amidst the mess with the support of our step-by-step guide.
- Step 1: Understand the external environment – Clarify uncertainties about what the (near) future might look like to support decision-making
- Step 2: Plan internal moves – Identify and decide upon effective, strategic responses that your organization needs to deploy, immediately
Times of acute uncertainty require taking definitive action. Gain clarity amidst the mess with the support of our step-by-step guide.
Download our free Crisis Foresight Sprint, a step-by-step guide for when crisis strikes, inspired by strategic foresight: