FSG Blog
March 27, 2012

Welcome to Our New Website!

Hello, and welcome to our new website!

We aim to make this a place you will want to visit on a regular basis. We want to make it a can't-miss destination for people who need help making critical decisions under conditions of uncertainty, and who may be interested in using scenario planning to do it.

A quick overview of the site to help you get around:

Our Approach will give you information about the Futures Strategy Group's philosophy – how we unite rigor and creativity to provide value for our clients.

Our Services is where you go to get detailed descriptions of our product offerings, from Enterprise Scenario Planning to Futures Decision Panels to Strategic Options, along with examples of how we have used them and other approaches to help past clients to solve critical problems.

Our Experience gives you a wealth of FSG case studies to help you get a better idea of how we do what we do, and how our clients benefit from that.

Our Team provides biographical information and work histories on our people – their diverse backgrounds, training, and professional experience.

Go to About to get a quick topline description of how we became the leading scenario planning practitioners out there, who we are and what we do – as well as to get contact information and access to our voluminous archive of articles.

Click on Blog at the top of the screen to get to FSG Outlook, our regularly updated review of issues of organizational strategy, decision-making under conditions of uncertainty, and the state of the future.

News will let you know what we have been up to lately – the work we are doing, what we're thinking and writing, where we are going, when and where we may be speaking.

Click on Publications at the top of the page to go to our archive of articles.

Finally, click on Contact to get a quick response from us – we'd love to hear from you.

We hope to see you here soon – and often. Welcome again to our new place! The serious fun begins now.

Blog Sign-Up

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Leave a Comment