How to predict the future - looking back to look ahead
Dr Graeme Codrington[Dr Graeme Codrington] In a turbulent world, it is more necessary than ever to have some means of anticipating what the future will be. Anticipating – and responding to – future customer demand, industry competition, legislative constraints, resource availability, labour supply, and all manner of other changes, is an absolutely critical task for every organisation everywhere.

[08 Sep 2009 13:12]

How to predict the future: pitfalls to avoid
Dr Graeme Codrington[Dr Graeme Codrington] If we were to transport ourselves back a century to 1909, would we have been able to predict what would happen over the next century? Highly unlikely! Yet, someone with a good grasp of the world and a strong sense of adventure might have predicted some of the trends.

[21 Oct 2009 11:14]

How did you survive this recession?
Louise Marsland[Louise Marsland] As we near the end of this year, most people will heave a sigh of relief. It’s been a tough one in many industries, and while South Africa may not have been as badly off as some elsewhere in the world, there’s no doubt that we’ve had to work harder for our money this year!

Comments [2] [02 Nov 2009 11:25]

How to forecast the future: pitfalls to avoid 2
Dr Graeme Codrington[Dr Graeme Codrington] As I elaborated on in my last post, individuals with a good grasp of the world and a strong sense of adventure might be able to predict some major world trends; however, if we want to predict the future effectively, we need to steer clear of attempting specific predictions.

[03 Nov 2009 12:17]