Strategic Futurists; Value Systems Specialists

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Avoiding the Drift - how to Avoid Slipping off Target

Monday 1 June 2015

Organisations of all sizes are faced with the potential loss of energy, focus, resources and purpose. In the end, this 'drift' will overwhelm an organisation's ability to deliver any meaningful result. And yet as we consistently show here at TASPI, it's a pretty easy problem to fix.

So what do you need, or what should you do?

Simple - ensure you have a well articulated, shared and understood TARGET for where you want to go (achieve) as an organisation. Let's call it, oh how about 'a VISION' because when you have a Vision, every single choice you make, every action you take, can align to moving you closer to that target.

But without it, you'll just drift. And we all know where that get's you!


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PLanning for a Middle Path
Monday 24 December 2018
Sometimes there is need for deliberate and perhaps provocative action. That action can be a shift toward more human centric ideals or away from it. It might be more momentum of a current trajectory or a significant pull back from it. And sometimes there is aneed for a way that can ease it's way through both demands
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Societal Strategic Planning
Wednesday 18 July 2018
Sometimes we need ways to assess 'where we are at' as part of our strategy development and planning process. In fact, we may need a good reality check to our thinking to help us remove our blinkers and expose some of our blind spots. Looking outside to other sources of information can be extremely valuable here and this clip is a wonderful example of how an alternative reality can be presented.
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Tackling Bias to improve decision making
Sunday 20 May 2018
McKinsey's interview with Richard Thaler on 'debiasing the corporation' is a really good one. I've spent the best part of two decades trying to help organisations unpack their biases through the use of foresight. I recommend this article to you
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