Strategic Futurists; Value Systems Specialists


2009 dates for Australian Strategic Planning Institute public workshops due to be released next week

Tuesday 10 February 2009

TASPI is in the process of finalising their program dates for the 2009 public workshops and we will be releasing the dates on this website and to our email list shortly

As you know, getting two specialists who spend their times in different parts of Australia and the world during the year, in the same room at the same time acn be fairly challenging.  Right now both Steven Bowman and Marcus Barber are finalising dates where we can deliver the one day workshops.

We are looking to add either Adelaide or Perth to the list this year so to everyone from South & Western Australia who've been asking - take note - we have heeded your requests!

If you have any questions in the meantime, by all means contact us here

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