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Developed by Stanford University, Innovation Leadership Board LLC, and Lappeenranta University of Technology.
The playbook is a guide for innovative and strategic minded managers to help produce radical ideas for products to organizations that can create them.
This guide is a part of the ETF, ILO and Cedefop series of guides on skills anticipation and matching.
See guide at cedefop.europa.eu
This primer focuses on foresight as a powerful tool to envision different strategic alternatives.
See primer at the European Political Strategy Centre
This practical manual introduces strategic foresight as an important practice in the context of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
See manual at the UNDP.
A series of canvases to quickly brainstorm / workshop for organizations, services, and products using futures thinking.
See canvases at futures.nordkapp.fi
Not a true foresight related, but uses visioning, backcasting and canvases in an innovative way to help educational organizations transform and innovate.
Designed Kaospilot. See canvases PDF Link
This guide from DIMECC of Finland provide a a quick introduction to various foresight and strategy tools.
See guide at DIMEEC.com
A thorough guide on how to use the three popular scenario planning methods: two axes (aka Shell Method), branc analysis, and cone of plausibility.
See at the UK Government of Science
This toolkit was designed to help support NHS providers with developing their strategies. It is an interesting example of how to use strategic foresight as part of strategy and organizational planning.
See toolkit at UK Government Publications
This foresight guidebook was led by Riel Miller, head of the Futures Literacy at UNESCO. This book has helped inform UNESCO’s various futures literacy and learning program. It contains various use cases and case studies for policymakers and researchers.
See guidebook at UNESCO
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