Our business is fairly simple. We only provide one single service: assistance in finding the future and getting there first. And we’ve been doing so for more than 20 years. We’ve provided clients from private and public sector, global and local organizations with futures-insights and reports as well as facilitation of strategic explorative and decision-oriented dialogues and workshops and we intend to keep doing it.
We keep staying focused on that narrow consulting field because it is our firm belief that finding the opportune moment and acting accordingly is what business and management is all about. And we are not alone in believing so. Aligning business and context has been described as the cornerstone in management since scholarly research first started in the 1960s.
Since then, however, the business landscape has changed significantly. Disruption is more frequent, competition harsher and success more volatile than ever before. Therefore, looking outward and forward and moving quickly and decisively has become both harder and more critical.
The future isn't what it used to be. The question is: Who do you want to be in the future?
As our clients' business changes, so do we. Therefore we put a great deal of efforts into our own research and development, exploring the frontiers of contemporary business and society, and developing new tools and methods to be able to better serve our clients’ needs.
As we see it, there are three questions we believe that every business leader needs to consider. If your answer to any of these questions is “no”, don’t hesitate to give us a call:
- Do you have a clear view of the (disruptive) forces that will reshape your organization, business model or field over the next 3-7 years? Can you see the possible outcomes?
- Do you have a plan on how to make your organization agile and resilient enough to be able to cope with challenges and opportunities ahead?
- Are you innovating and reallocating enough to deserve the right to play in the future?