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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...
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.
It is with heartfelt sadness that we note the sudden passing of our good friend and FSG colleague Mark Safford in late July.
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.
What to do when Nobel-winning economists disagree? Create alternative scenarios, of course.
This week may mark the passing of a great national opportunity for the United States.
Interesting stuff from Brad DeLong, possibly explaining much of the last decade of economic weirdness.
Future scenarios require a past, because there's no data about the future.
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