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Visioning: A Futurist's Perspective
By Dr. Sheila Ronis: The University Group

The following discussion is about the many processes that constitute "visioning." Automotive Industries magazine published a part of the following scenario here in the United States and the Financial Times Automotive World published it in London.

It is called "Crisis on Asimov." It uses elements of a U.S. Department of Defense visioning process which I had the privilege of working on and helping to develop.

One visioning process, or the series of techniques that created Asimov, tests the assumptions made in it.

This discussion also explores the rationale behind why visioning is an important tool in the corporate planning cycle.

There are an infinite number of potential futures, so a vision of the future is not a forecast or a prediction but a planning tool to think about events that could happen in the future before they occur.

Continue on with Visioning: A Futurist's Perspective before beginning the interactive version of Asimov. (Highly Recommended)

Industry Insight: Crisis on Asimov

  Introduction
  1 PTVs
  2 Earth
  3 Galileo
  4 Luna
  5 Lessons from Venus
  6 Fred
  7 Crisis on Asimov

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