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Timelines into the Future: Strategic Visioning Methods for Government, Business, and Other Organizations / Edition 1
     

Timelines into the Future: Strategic Visioning Methods for Government, Business, and Other Organizations / Edition 1

by Sheila R. Ronis
 

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ISBN-10: 0761836810

ISBN-13: 9780761836810

Pub. Date: 05/15/2007

Publisher: Hamilton Books

Timelines into the Future: Strategic Visioning Methods for Government, Business and Other Organizations argues that foresight is an important aspect of winning in the 21st Century. That includes countries, companies, and other organizations from universities to hospitals to non-profits. If the United States wants a future in which liberty, prosperity and peace

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Timelines into the Future: Strategic Visioning Methods for Government, Business and Other Organizations argues that foresight is an important aspect of winning in the 21st Century. That includes countries, companies, and other organizations from universities to hospitals to non-profits. If the United States wants a future in which liberty, prosperity and peace are increasing throughout the world, the U.S. must remain a superpower. That requires planning, vision, and a grand strategy. Failure to develop a U.S. vision and national strategy that ensures our superpower status may yield a future where China or another emerging power will dictate the world. Every organization needs a vision, too-every company, non-profit, school, church, and government agency or department, whether they are local, state, national or global. The processes are all generally the same. This book addresses how to go about developing such foresight in establishing a grand strategy.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780761836810
Publisher:
Hamilton Books
Publication date:
05/15/2007
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
196
Product dimensions:
6.04(w) x 9.04(h) x 0.57(d)

Table of Contents

Part 1 Foreword Chapter 2 What is a Vision? Why Is a Vision Important? Chapter 3 Visioning Methodology Chapter 4 The Short Visioning Process Exercise Chapter 5 The Tartan Scenario: Visions of a Consumer Company—Tartan Transport & Technologies, Ltd. in the Year 2010 Chapter 6 2006 Industrial Base Study—Committee on Small Business, U.S. House of Representatives: A Real World Systemic Problem Chapter 7 The National Strategy Center Part 8 Appendix Part 9 Bibliography Part 10 About the Author

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