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Journal Cover   foresight
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  • Designs for life: new stakeholders and new spaces in the evolving services
    • Authors: Lawrence Green, Deborah Cox, Krzysztof Borodako
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 4, August 2015.

      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-06-24T12:39:11Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-05-2015-0029
  • Designing for public sector innovation in the UK: design strategies for
           paradigm shifts
    • Authors: Daniela Sangiorgi
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 4, August 2015.
      Purpose There is a general agreement that the current government and public sector structure and modes of operation need radical transformation. In this scenario a shift from New Public Management towards New Public Governance paradigm has been auspicated. Design has attracted attention as a potential approach to support this transformation, but research into Service Design for public sector innovation is limited as well as discussions on its future development. This article is an exploratory study into the individual work of seven representative UK design agencies operating for and within the public sector. The aim of this work is to provide an initial picture of how some design agencies are contributing to this paradigm shift and how they are developing in the future in order to better inform design policies and interdisciplinary work. Design/methodology/approach The article reviews literature on public sector reform and innovation to inform comparative studies of contemporary design agencies working for public sector reform. Interviews with seven designers from NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement, Participle, Innovation Unit, Uscreates, Collaborative Change, Futuregov and Snook, are conducted to review their perceived role for public sector reform, their design approaches, exemplar projects and main challenges. Findings Emerging design strategies for Public Sector reform are: a) a collaborative design approach that considers all stakeholders as equal co-creators of public value; 2) operating at different complementary levels to aim at systemic change; 3) designing from the inside out (innovation culture) and outside in (market change). These different strategies imply the development of possible different business models. Existing creative tensions appear between embedding and outsourcing strategies, acting as facilitators vs designers; developing both designing and service delivery roles. Research limitations/implications This article is based on a limited sample of design agencies and it is not a systematic study into the impact of their design work, which should be the object of a following study. Practical implications This article brings Service Design practice into public sector innovation debate to inform future interdisciplinary research and innovation policies. It positions existing design innovation strategies within the wider picture of public sector reform to support a more informed design practice. Originality/value Few studies have looked at UK design agencies for public sector innovation and discussed their possible future developments. This article provides an original and holistic description of design for public sector innovation with considerations on how it should be interpreted when developing supporting innovation and design policies.
      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-06-24T12:39:08Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-08-2013-0041
  • Future energy services: empowering local communities and citizens
    • Authors: Kirsi Hyytinen, Marja Toivonen
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 4, August 2015.
      Purpose The purpose of this paper is to examine the future prospects of innovative services linked to sustainable energy systems. Design/methodology/approach Service perspective is examined in the context of socio-technical transition and linked to the bottom-up and top-down social processes that foster sustainability. The foresight method applied is trend analysis. Findings Two groups of trends were identified: the trends driven by technological development and the trends focusing on societal, managerial and consumer issues. The former consist of renewable energy sources, hybrid solutions, smart grids, and smart energy markets. The latter involve distributed energy production, demand response, optimisation of sustainability, and the role of energy as an opportunity and as service. The study reveals that energy is increasingly understood as a comprehensive and tailor-made service solution for communities and individual households. Consumers will enter the energy market as active participants; it raises the need for many types of services. Research limitations/implications Deepening of understanding is required in several topics of this study and more formal methods of foresight are needed to test the generalizability of its qualitative results. Practical implications More effective policy measures are needed for fostering new services and social and system innovations in the area of sustainable energy. Innovation management practices should be developed in these areas. Originality/value The article aims to narrow the research gap linked to foresight in services by examining services in the area of sustainable energy systems – one of the ‘grand challenges’ today.
      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-06-24T12:39:04Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-08-2013-0035
  • Services in the forest-based sector – unexplored futures
    • Authors: Annukka Näyhä, Päivi Pelli, Lauri Hetemäki
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 4, August 2015.
      Purpose Services are likely to have an increasing role in the forest-based sector (FBS) in the future. The aim here is to analyze and provide a synthesis of how services are understood, how they are likely to develop and how future development can be studied more closely in the FBS. Design/methodology/approach The findings are based on a literature review of FBS outlook studies, strategies and programs, and services-related studies in FBS and general services literature. Three case examples of services businesses in FBS companies are presented, and possible foresight approaches related to them are discussed. Foresight methods used in parallel sectors are also discussed. Findings The study provides the first systematic introduction, classification and review of FBS services to include both industry- and non-industry-related services. The paper also points out the need for foresight studies and suggests various approaches for an analysis of the potential of FBS services in the future bioeconomy. Practical implications The study shows that the role of services in FBS research has been understood too narrowly. As a result, services research has been rather lacking and the future potential of services in the FBS has not been fully acknowledged. The study argues for and points towards the need to use foresight approaches to update FBS strategies, business models and policies in order to fully benefit from the future potential of services. Originality/value The study is a novel introduction, review and discussion of the role of services in the FBS and their future outlook.
      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-06-24T12:39:01Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-08-2013-0034
  • Time banks, co-production and foresight: intertwined towards an
           alternative future
    • Authors: Effie Amanatidou, Giorgos Gritzas, Karolos - Iosif Kavoulakos
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 4, August 2015.
      Purpose Time-banks are particularly interesting for the future of services: a) they address all sorts of services while the time-bank ‘value’ of these different types of services does not necessarily reflect their actual value in the free market, b) impacts may spread from the mere coverage of people’s needs, to increased social capital and community empowerment, c) some scholars consider them as flexible forms of co-production, or even as enablers of wider social change. The purpose of the paper is to examine the emergence, and features of the time banks created during the recent financial crisis in Greece as grass-roots initiatives. Design/methodology/approach Primary information and data was gathered through eight extensive face-to-face interviews with key members of the four time banks based on a semi-structured questionnaire. The methodology also included desk research and review of the information included in time banks’ web sites. The selection of these four time banks was based on the fact that they are the most active ones in Athens, which is the capital of the country gathering around 40% of the Greek population and presenting the severest consequences of the financial crises in terms of unemployment, poverty, shutdown of businesses, share of people with no insurance, etc. Findings Based on a specific analytical framework summarising the available literature, the Greek time banks are compared across each other but also in relation to the findings in the literature, where some interesting differences emerge. The paper also explores the role that foresight can plan in the development of alternative initiatives like time banks. The interesting conclusion is that foresight can help time banks as much as time banks can help foresight in upgrading its processes to deal with challenges of the 21st century Research limitations/implications The research focuses on the four most active time banks in Athens. While this selection is justified, future research would be good to include all the time banks in Greece. Originality/value Time banks in Greece have not been previously studied. Secondly, time banks in general were never linked to approaches like foresight. This becomes increasingly important in examining possible approaches toward more sustainable and resilient societies.
      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-06-24T12:38:57Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-05-2014-0035
  • Virtual currency schemes - the future of financial services
    • Authors: Alicja Mikolajewicz-Wozniak, Anna Scheibe
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 4, August 2015.
      Purpose The purpose of the article is to determine future role of virtual currencies. The paper indicates their pros and cons as an alternative to “real” money and explains their appearance as the reflection of the present trends. It also presents the possible scenarios of their development. Design/methodology/approach The paper is based on the former foresight research results and literature review. It highlights the main trends in contemporary economy and their impact on financial services. The Bictoin case is the starting point for the virtual currencies market analysis and construction of possible market changes scenarios. Findings Virtual currency schemes are the reflection of present trends. They are just ahead of our times but may become a common means of payment, changing the way of providing financial services, eliminating intermediaries and marginalizing the role of financial institutions. Research limitations/implications The multiplicity of virtual currencies and ceaseless introduction of innovations impede the presentation of the complete market picture. The lack of reliable statistical data makes the estimation of the market growth difficult Practical implications The article indicates influence of technology development, virtualization and networking on payment systems’ functioning. Originality/value The virtual currency as a payment system is quite new and still marginalized phenomenon. Nevertheless, the pace of virtual currency market growth after its recent introduction and appearance of Bitcoin successors seems to be the signs of future changes in financial service sector.
      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-06-24T12:38:54Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-04-2014-0021
  • SPIEF 2014: technology, energy and Russia’s future development
    • Authors: Ozcan Saritas
      Pages: 233 - 239
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 3, Page 233-239, June 2015.
      Purpose – This paper aims to report the author’s observations and opinions during the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) 2014. Discussions presented focus on recent technological developments and their impacts on society with three plausible future scenarios; the energy agenda with new technological advancements and future energy partnerships; and the dynamics of Russia’s future development agenda amid the Ukraine crisis. Design/methodology/approach – The paper includes a commentary on the SPIEF 2014 Forum. Ideas presented are extended through the review of relevant references and future scenarios. Findings – Technological development will continue to shape societies and may even result with the transformation of social classes. Energy will remain as a top priority area on the global and regional socio-economic agenda, with political implications across the world and in Russia. Research limitations/implications – A number of research questions arose through the discussion on the relationships between science, technology and society; future energy technologies; and geo-politics. Social implications – Technological development will certainly have implications on society. The paper explores those impacts through “visionary”, “negative” and “different” scenarios. Similarly, the transformations in the energy sector will have broader social and environmental impacts. Originality/value – With the original ideas presented, this viewpoint paper addresses some of the grand social, technological, economic, environmental and political challenges that societies face today.
      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-05-28T08:56:26Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-04-2015-0020
  • Toward an inclusive understanding of technology intelligence: a literature
    • Authors: Mostafa Safdari Ranjbar, Gholam Reza Tavakoli
      Pages: 240 - 256
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 3, Page 240-256, June 2015.
      Purpose – The aim of this paper is to promote the authors' understanding of technology intelligence by responding to two questions: What is technology intelligence? How is it accomplished? Design/methodology/approach – To respond to the two main questions about technology intelligence in this paper, the authors have studied relevant academic, peer-reviewed journals and books using the literature databases of Google Scholar, Sciencedirect, Inderscience, Wiley and Emerald Insight. They have used few selection criteria to choose papers and books for inclusion in their study. Findings – Enhancing the authors' understanding of the technology intelligence concept by responding to the two main questions (What is technology intelligence? How is it accomplished?), classifying the main studies in the field of technology intelligence and several practical and theoretical implications are the findings in this paper. Practical implications – A number of practical implications related to technology intelligence structure, process, methods, tools and players are suggested to managers of organizations and companies to improve their technology-related planning processes and decision-making. Originality/value – Despite the considerable level of consensus on the necessity of precise scanning and monitoring technological changes and trends, there is still limited understanding of the technology intelligence concept. This paper intends to enhance the authors' understanding of technology intelligence by responding to two questions: What is technology intelligence? And how is it accomplished?
      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-05-28T08:56:28Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-11-2014-0072
  • Strategic planning and organizational flexibility in turbulent
    • Authors: Riccardo Vecchiato
      Pages: 257 - 273
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 3, Page 257-273, June 2015.
      Purpose – The main purpose of this paper is to address a key issue in literature on management and foresight: the author explores how firms might cope with the increased turbulence of the business environment. Design/methodology/approach – This paper is based on a multiple case study of major firms of the energy and the mobile communication industries. Findings – The focus is on strategic foresight and organizational flexibility: the author introduces the concept of “boundary uncertainty” and investigates its managerial implications. Originality/value – The main contribution of this paper is to expand our understanding of environmental uncertainty and to reinvigorate the study of strategic decision making in turbulent industries. The author provides descriptive data on the foresight approaches that some of the world’s largest and most influential companies used throughout the 2000s for remaining aligned with their fast-paced environments, and thus informs the debate between the “planning” and the “learning” schools of strategic management.
      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-05-28T08:56:12Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-05-2014-0032
  • What is the biggest question in CSR research?
    • Authors: Frederick Ahen, Peter Zettinig
      Pages: 274 - 290
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 3, Page 274-290, June 2015.
      Purpose – Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is an issue-oriented substantive domain. Nevertheless, there are countless socio-economic, medico-techno-scientific, environmental and ethical philosophical questions that are far from being settled. In pursuit of a more desirable and sustainable future, this work problematizes current corporate responsibility (CR) research, education and practice. Design/methodology/approach – This contribution provides a critical perspective on the future of CR research and practice and offers a way forward based on theoretical prescience. Findings – The paper delineates a taxonomy of typical crises, categorized as burning, existential, overlooked and neglected crises. This taxonomy can be used as a tool for all forms of scenario analysis, empirical work and policymaking. This allows various futures issues to be given targeted interventions, assigned a focal theory, or allocated differentiated resources and appropriate time and space depending on their technical nature and the institutional context within which the issues unfold. Social implications – This paper argues that CR research risks losing steam despite its near ubiquitous nature and the major contributions hitherto made. Nevertheless, when problems are strategically thought out in the light of the taxonomy above, they provide promising avenues for insightful research and value-creating practice to meet the expectations of both business and society. Originality/value – A profound chasm exists between CR practice and rhetoric. This void is particularly stark when we consider the interface between science and technology and developing economies. This paper explores desirable futures for CR while analyzing what is possible and probable.
      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-05-28T08:56:20Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-05-2013-0020
  • How Japan went to war
    • Pages: 291 - 295
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 3, Page 291-295, June 2015.

      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-05-28T08:56:10Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-04-2014-0025
  • Review of Handbook of Sustainable Engineering
    • Authors: Vladislav Belyaev
      Pages: 295 - 298
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 3, Page 295-298, June 2015.

      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-05-28T08:56:25Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-10-2014-0064
  • Beyond Human: Engineering Our Future Evolution
    • Authors: Natalia Nazarenko
      Pages: 298 - 301
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 3, Page 298-301, June 2015.

      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-05-28T08:56:18Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-12-2014-0084
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