March 02, 2016

A Worrisome Recession Scenario

Peter Kennedy
Partner

What will sustain the global economy in these perilous times?

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February 17, 2016

Scenario Planning and Alternative Futures

Peter Kennedy
Partner

Uncluttering the jargon that describes what we do.

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February 10, 2016

Alternative Populist Futures

Peter Kennedy
Partner
Populism’s ascent seems to be one take-away from New Hampshire and the US election campaign so far. And it’s not too early to start thinking about the implications for the US and the world.
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December 31, 2015

Some Upbeat Scenarios for 2016

Peter Kennedy
Partner

When it comes to feel-good scenarios about the future, FSG scenario planners tend to be a circumspect bunch.  Still, on the occasion of New Year's, we're not beyond putting a positive spin on current events.  Here's what gives us hope...

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December 10, 2015

Winding Down 2015

Peter Kennedy
Managing Principal

We wish all our clients, friends and collaborators a wonderful holiday season and a successful and rewarding 2016.  We look forward to staying in touch.

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July 31, 2015

Farewell to a Friend and Colleague

Peter Kennedy
Managing Principal

It is with heartfelt sadness that we note the sudden passing of our good friend and FSG colleague Mark Safford in late July.

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July 23, 2015

Article on Preparing for Acquisitions - and Scenarios

Patrick Marren
Partner

An article in Acquisitions International by Joseph Feldman has a bit to say about using scenario planning in acquisitions.

The article (see link) begins on p. 13.

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July 16, 2015

Multiple Alternative Future Scenarios Wanted

Patrick Marren
Partner

What to do when Nobel-winning economists disagree? Create alternative scenarios, of course.

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May 12, 2015

A Gigantic Missed Opportunity?

Patrick Marren
Partner

This week may mark the passing of a great national opportunity for the United States.

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April 09, 2015

An Implausible (But True?) Interest Rate Scenario

Patrick Marren
Partner

Interesting stuff from Brad DeLong​, possibly explaining much of the last decade of economic weirdness.

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