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Title: "Seeing" for Organisational Foresight
Author(s): Burt, George
Wright, George
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Keywords: Organizational behavior
Issue Date: Oct-2006
Date Deposited: 29-May-2013
Citation: Burt G & Wright G (2006) "Seeing" for Organisational Foresight. Futures, 38 (8), pp. 887-893.
Abstract: First paragraph: In July 2002 the First International Conference on "Probing the Future: Developing Organisational Foresight in the Knowledge Economy", was organised by Hari Tsoukas and Jill Sheppard, and held at the University of Strathclyde, Graduate School of Business, in Glasgow. This conference resulted in a Special Edition of Papers in Futures [1]. Building on the success of the First International Conference, a Second International Conference on Organisational Foresight was hosted by the Graduate School of Business in August 2004, where we explored the ways in which private-sector, public-sector, and voluntary organisations made sense of their environments-and of themselves-in order to cope with the future.
DOI Link: 10.1016/j.futures.2005.12.012
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