Strategic Futurists; Value Systems Specialists


Advanced Organisational Strategy (AOS) Events

Thursday 25 January 2007

Your Advanced Organisational Strategy events coincide with a specific need for your business and lead to excellent outcomes. These events are customed tailored to help you solve an organisational challenge or to answer a key exploratory question for you. The AOS focuses on two main objectives - to create a specific 'How to' for solving an existing problem; and to create a series of 'what ifs' in an assessment of the future. You'll work with Marcus Barber, arguably one of Australia's most innovative futurists in a program that will nudge, guide, cajole and push your thinking to greatly enhanced levels

The timing of these sessions is subject to availability - yours and ours.  They will be customised based on the available and required resources, the personnel involved and whether the session is targeted at a 'What If...' or 'How To..' outcome.  Contact us today to find out more

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Futures Thinking and the Planning for National Productivity
Friday 9 March 2018
Great week co-facilitating a Strategic Foresight Workshop, and Establishing a Foresight Unit module for the @AsiaProductivityOrganisation here in Tokyo
Strategic Planning for the Future of Insurance
Thursday 1 March 2018
One of the most 'futures' orientated industries in the world is the Insurance sector. Few sectors have such a deliberate and ongoing look at emerging issues the way the Insurance Sector does, with perhaps only the high end security sector paying more attention on a daily basis. Last week I conducted an advanced Strategic Planning Session with Resilium Insurance looking at emerging customer issues and challenges
Sometimes in Strategic Planning, You Have to Swing Hard
Tuesday 16 January 2018
You find yourself back in the Strategic Planning Cycle Phase; You sense many issues are ones you tried to tackle last year; Not as much progress has been made as you thought. So what to do? It's time to swing for a home run