Other Publications

Proteus: Insights from 2020, by Charles Thomas, with M. Loescher and C. Schroeder (Copernicus Institute, 2000).

“Why Peter Drucker Is Wrong About the Future,” by Patrick Marren. Handbook of Business Strategy, 1998.

“Don’t Hide from Risk – Manage It,” by Charles Perrottet. Journal of Business Strategy, September/October 1998.

“Technology, Is It the Rue of Agents?” by Charles Perrottet. LIMRA’s MarketFacts, July/August 1998.

“”The Death of the Hierarchical Organization,” by Patrick Marren. Handbook of Business Strategy, 1997.

“Competitive Foresight Scenarios,” by Charles Perrottet, in Liam Fahey and Robert Randall, Learning from the Future (John Wiley & Sons, 1997).

“Scenario-based Planning for Technology Investments,” by Charles Thomas, in Liam Fahey and Robert Randall, Learning from the Future (John Wiley & Sons, 1997).

“The Best of All Worlds,” by Charles Perrottet and James W. Foster. Airline Business, December 1996.

“The Value of Strategic Scenarios in Planning,” by Ward Bower and Charles Perrottet. New York Law Journal. October 29, 1996.

“What’s Driving the Global Strategies of U.S. Companies?” by Peter Kennedy. Strategy & Leadership, 1996.

“Strategic Technology Assessment, Future Products, and Competitive Advantage,” by Charles Thomas. International Journal of the Management of Technology, 1996.

“Latin America: Alternative Futures,” by Peter Kennedy. Business Latin America, May 20, 1996.

“Scenarios for the Future,” by Charles Perrottet. Management Review, January 1996.

“Will Insurance Be Here In 30 More Years?” by Charles Perrottet. Best’s Review, March 1995.

“On the Trail of Tomorrow’s Markets,” by Peter Kennedy. The Corporate Board, July/August 1994.

“Learning from Imagining the Years Ahead,” by Charles Thomas. Planning Review, May/June 1994.

“Foresight in Strategic Technology Competition,” by Charles Thomas. Competitive Intelligence Review, March 1994.

“Identifying Tomorrow’s Great Markets Today,” by Peter Kennedy. Directors & Boards, 1993.

“Alternative Scenarios for the Defense Industries after 1995,” by Charles Thomas. Planning Review, May/June 1992.