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A few thoughts on this anniversary:
If JFK had lived . . .
Scenario planners are always on the lookout for "wild cards" -- low-probability, high-impact events that can occur across multiple scenarios. Like near-Earth asteroids.
Wrong: Nine Economic Policy Disasters and What We Can Learn from Them
Another blast from the past for your enjoyment, as we twiddle our thumbs as Washington flicks lit matches around a gunpowder factory, just as it did at the end of 2012 and in mid-2011 (and will do again next year).
The Financial Times has a story that causes our eyebrows to rise well above half-mast this morning.
I've had this one written in my head for at least ten years, because some clients are so good that you take nothing for granted.
Happy Future Scenarios Awareness Day.
The legendary and ageless Ronald Coase has finally left the scene.
In honor of the great economist and thinker, we offer an article about his work from six years ago.
Where will the Arab Spring and Syria take the Middle East? Well, we kind of called it in 2011.
Scenario planning and quantitative modeling can often be clashing analytical tools. But two FSG consultants innovatively combined them for the benefit of a car company in South America.
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