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We conceptualize and realize futures or foresight processes for organizations and the private sector. Our customers are companies (often multinationals), public institutions or social sector organizations. We work internationally and in an agile way, usually in close collaboration with our customers.
We are especially good at: Developing foresight games. Helping others build foresight teams and processes and becoming skilled or even more skilled at foresight (Foresight Capacity Building / Coaching and Training). Conceptualising and realizing futures processes, e.g. on the basis of trend analysis, scenario techniques or delphi surveys (Foresight Processes). Enabling dialogue between people from different and diverse contexts, backgrounds and cultures (Open and Inclusive Foresight). Spotting grammar mistakes. Discussing books, music and art at length.
Our core values: Sustainability, Diversity and Inclusion. And fun at work.
We develop, realize and implement bespoke foresight games.
Foresight Capacity Building / Coaching & Training
We support our customers in building their foresight capacity, e.g. via trainings, toolkits and coaching.
Foresight Processes and Research
We realize foresight processes, to identify implications for action today, e.g. via trend analysis, scenarios or Delphi surveys.
We work for companies, the public sector and NGOs – in Germany, Europe and occasionally beyond.
Futures Book Tips
My recommendation is “The Possibilities of an Island” by Michel Houellebecq. Wickedly sharp-tongued but visionary and smart.
The “Foundation Trilogy” by Isaac Asimov is a must-have for your bookshelf: inspiring, exciting, complex, visionary, and not only for technical but also for societal and political insights.
I currently recommend “Der USB stick / La clé USB” by Jean-Philippe Touissaint. It may be set in the present, but: The protagonist is a more or less realistic futurist, and you can learn a lot about blockchain and China.
I recommend “We” by Yevgeny Zamyatin. “There is no final revolution”. The 1921 Russian dystopian novel even mentions 4711 Eau de Cologne.
My suggestion is „Afterparty“ - really exceeded my expectations, exciting to read and a vivid imagination of a designer-drug future.
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