An anxious world waiting to see the bottom
Interview with Global Futurist, Rohit Talwar
We would love to tell you that the economic downturn will soon be over – but unfortunately the markets are yet to identify the bottom and experience stabilized sales. Read the interview with Global Futurist, Rohit Talwar, who elaborates on the struggles for our global economy and presents important management strategies.
Courses in Lund, Sweden
Participate in some of CIFS most popular courses.
In the end of April and the beginning of May, three courses will be held at IDEON Center in Lund.
Read more on the available courses below.
April 28, 2009. Introduction to dialogue-based Scenario Planning
May 6, 2009. Become the future creative employee
May 7, 2009. User innovation
Surviving the crisis
Threats, opportunities, strategies and global outlook
Especially in times of crisis and uncertainty, it is important to make the right decisions. As a consequence of that, CIFS is currently busy advising our clients on their futures, their options and the effects of the crisis. We have placed all of our crisis-related tools and analyses in the shape of articles, presentations and reports in one place. Some are available for members only, while some are open to all.
New FO on knowledge work
Knowledge work and the knowledge economy will increasingly focus on how we use the knowledge we already have. We know so much, and tomorrow we will know even more. Some of what we knew yesterday no longer applies tomorrow, so we can never really be sure that we are up to date. Sometimes we think we come up with something new, but then we learn that our idea has already been conceived elsewhere in the world or that our experiment has already been done. What then, is the outlook for the future knowledge work(er)?
FO 1/2009 | content (pdf) | editorial (pdf)
Open articles from FO 1/2009
Global knowledge work up to 2020 (pdf)
“A joined-up world” is the positive scenario for global knowledge work in the future. But it is only one possibility. CIFS has constructed two scenarios for the future of global knowledge workers.
Shall women save the world's economy? (pdf)
The financial crisis could lead to a cultural revolution that favors female leaders and several management experts are now asking if it is women who must save capitalism.
Maximize the benefits of your CIFS membership through the annual, internal dialogue-based future seminar.
Together we arrange a meeting, where CIFS provides knowledge and individualized ideas for your strategic development.
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