The two second advantage and memories of the future

Stuart Henderson’s mention of The Two Second Advantage (see the LinkedIn discussion referred to in the post from earlier this week) reminds me of the work of business strategist Arie De Geus, who discusses how learning organizations use scenario planning to create “memories of the future”.

It seems to me that this idea has potential

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Free webinar on measurement, risk and uncertainty

One of the important features of genuine evaluation is appropriate measurement, including dealing with uncertainty, as I was reminded by Chris Coryn of the Evaluation Center at Western Michigan University, in our discussions at the International Summer School on Public Policy Evaluation Research last week.

A free webinar on 16 September 10.30am – 11.30am CDT

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