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The future isn’t what it used to be: Here's how strategic foresight can help

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Foresight is a set of approaches to identify and explore potential challenges and opportunities in the future. Image: Unsplash/Startaê Team

Olivier Woeffray
Practice Lead, Strategic Intelligence, World Economic Forum
Paulo Carvalho
Executive Director, ISEG MBA, Lisbon School of Economics & Management
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