Strategic Foresight Insights


Newsletter: The need for Strategic Foresight is growing

In this issue, we review events from the last months and we dive into a fast future concept: The Foresight Sprint. "It’s not an optional approach anymore – it’s vital to survive with today’s ever-evolving technologies and ever-changing markets. In short: Corporate foresight allows your company to get ahead.", Tobias Heger.

Our newsletter is built around a set of categories that reappear in every issue:

  • Trends and developments 
  • Research and reading
  • Methods and tools 
  • Executive education 
  • Conferences and events 
  • Job postings 
  • Outlook 

Read our Newsletter issue "The need for Strategic Foresight is growing" here.


Special topic in this issue:

Fast forward into the future without knowing, what the future holds for you?

There are many factors to consider, systemic relationships and links – societal, technological, economic, political and legal factors – that there is no straightforward picture of the future?

Working together in a Foresight Sprint gives you the opportunity to shortcut endless debates and research cycles and to dive into the future in a couple of days. Our Foresight Sprints are designed to detect, model and explore future markets, competitive environments, strategic alternatives and massively changing business fields in a time-constrained, four-step process.
Foresight Sprints are four- to five-day formats for answering critical questions about the future of a business. They are the perfect extension at the front-end of an innovation or strategy toolbox.


Have you thought about diving into your future for a couple of days? We explain what our Foresight Sprints are designed for and how they contribute to your future preparedness! 


Interested? Find our Foresight Sprint concept here.

This and more in our newsletter issue "The need for Strategic Foresight is growing" here

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