October 14th 2016

Scenario Planning – What Should We Do?

In his final presentation from CRF's 8th International Conference, Paul Schoemaker gives us tips on how we can learn from others, improve our peripheral vision and learn from mistakes. All to help us be more prepared for the future.

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