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Journal Cover   foresight
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  • Designing a moving strategic foresight approach: ontological and
           methodological issues of scenario design
    • Authors: Anne Marchais-Roubelat, Fabrice Roubelat
      First page: 545
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 6, November 2015.
      Purpose To design a moving strategic foresight approach, this conceptual essay proposes to introduce movements in scenario methodology. Design/methodology/approach We firstly question the limits of plausibility from an ontological and epistemological perspective to expand scenarios beyond the boundaries of end-states. To incorporate ongoing changes in scenario methodology, we propose to explore scenario transformations within the conceptual framework of action-based scenarios. Findings We discuss consequences of playing strategies within ongoing scenarios, as well as the research directions about moving scales, stakeholders’ dominance and time issues. Originality/value The paper proposes a method to distort and transform scenarios. We suggest supplementing strategic foresight in iterative processes to challenge the boundaries of plausible futures, bridging the gap between theoretical ever-changing processes and the moving rhythms of actions.
      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-09-23T12:23:23Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-12-2014-0085
  • The future multiple
    • Authors: Nicholas J. Rowland, Matthew J. Spaniol
      First page: 556
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 6, November 2015.
      Purpose This article asks “Why is the future in futures studies plural?” Our attitude toward inquiry, based on post-ANT (actor-network theory) literature, positions philosophical questions about the ontological character of the future within the context of “planning” for it (i.e., in practice). Multiplicity, as a post-ANT sensibility, helps us to make sense of our empirical materials. We examine the possibility that rather than being alternatives to one another, plural futures and the singular future might co-exist in practice, and, thus, constitute a multiplicity. Design/methodology/approach In our case study “planning” is narrative scenario planning. The second author facilitates dialogue-based long-term strategic scenario planning processes, primarily in Scandinavia and Northern Europe, and contributes a wealth of professional experience to the project. The first author, an academic, shadows the second author. We examine experiential and observational data for evidence of the ontological character of the future. We demonstrate elements of a typical scenario planning process, in this case, about the possibility of crewless (i.e., unmanned) shipping vessels -- although, insight into the crewless ship is submerged by our analytical attentiveness to the ontology of the future. Findings Our findings bear on what sort of “object” the future is. Practices associated with planning for the future appear to transform it so that one future becomes many, and, without irony, managing the growing number of futures seems to be a core function of planning for the future. The implication is that neither plural futures nor the singular future is -- individually -- satisfactory to capture what we find in practice. It is both plural and singular; ontologically, it is the future multiple. Originality/value Our original contribution is in demonstrating how plural futures and the singular future co-exist in practice. Thus, an eclipse of the future by futures can only ever be partial. For “futures” to be conceptually potent, “the future” must be at least provisionally believable and occasionally useful. Otherwise, if “the future” were so preposterous an idea, then “futures” would cease to be a critical alternative to it. Futures needs the future; they are relationally bound together in a multiplicity. We consider what such a logical reality implies for a field that distances itself from the future and self-identifies with futures.
      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-09-23T12:23:25Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-02-2015-0014
  • Role of strategy in value capture from foresight exercises: firms’
           responsiveness to long term trends in the passenger car industry
    • Authors: Manoj T Thomas
      First page: 574
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 6, November 2015.
      Purpose We address the broad question of how organizations capture value from foresight exercises. Through a comparative case analysis, we look at what firms do to make the information usable and create value. We explore factors that cause different firms to respond differently to the same trends. We analyze the passenger car segment of the automobile industry and the response of six major firms to fossil fuel and changing environmental regulations through an analysis of their policies and strategic activities such as new product development. We find foresight to be an important link between firm capabilities and environmental changes. Design/methodology/approach We adopt the case approach to capture the linkage between the issue and the context (Yin, 1994) and we use multiple cases to explore the variables by comparing and contrasting the cases on key aspects (Eisenhardt and Graebner, 2007). As our objective is to understand the similarities and differences between dominant firms in the sector, we choose through theoretical sampling- six firms that have a presence in all the major regions of the world. We study six firms- two each from the United States, Europe and Japan- Ford, General Motors, Volkswagen, Renault, Toyota and Honda. This sample represents the firms and regions traditionally strong in the passenger car industry. Findings Thus we see that the relationship that we have posited in our conceptual model between the goal of the firms, the vision of the future, and the nature of products and approach to technology/competence development seems to be valid. However in addition, we perceive some additional linkages that link between foresight and the goals and vision of the future seems to be influenced by the extent of uncertainty. In addition, the decisions regarding portfolio of products and approaches to technology and competence development seem to be also influenced by the perception of existing competencies and the external competitive context. Research limitations/implications Based on multiple cases created out of secondary information. Hence the constructs used are those which are perceived and stated. Practical implications Could help firms understand decisions related to technology choices in field involving high levels of uncertainty and competition. Originality/value Thus, in this paper we have explored the linkages between what firms perceive and state, and what is reflected in their actions. We have looked at this linkage from the perspective of foresight, and the strategic perspective of the firm. We have come up with additional issues and questions that influence this relationship. These can inform future research in this domain.
      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-09-23T12:23:26Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-04-2015-0021
  • Understanding multiple aspects of present space with the help of future
           scenarios: the case of Izmir, Turkey
    • Authors: Abdul Khakee, Laura Grassini
      First page: 588
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 6, November 2015.
      Purpose This paper makes use of participatory scenarios in order to assess the multiple aspects of space with the help of future scenarios. Design/methodology/approach This paper makes an attempt to appreciate multiple representations of space where past and present experiences merge with future desires and concerns. With the help of one case study, Izmir (Turkey), where a vision of democratic city is developed, the paper shows how future scenarios can provide deeper and richer appreciation of present space thereby challenging existing spatial practices. Findings The participatory approach used in the development of scenarios suggests interesting implications to operationalize a more relational concept of space in real planning strategies. Research limitations/implications The use of scenarios in strategic planning in order to identify future possibilities and to make stakeholders aware of uncertainties has been increasingly recognised in planning research and practice. Practical implications The appreciation of the multiple aspects of space with the help of future scenarios would enrich the spatial planning practice. Originality/value The use of scenarios to examine various aspects of space that may be relevant in spatial planning has not received similar attention. The latter poses methodological as well as practical challenges for researchers. This paper is an attempt to do just that.
      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-09-23T12:23:27Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-09-2014-0057
  • Variations in job satisfaction in service industries: comparative
           international analysis
    • First page: 599
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 6, November 2015.
      Purpose The purpose of the paper is to identify individual, organisational, and national factors that have differential effects on job satisfaction and its drivers in service industries. Design/methodology/approach Based on data from the fifth European Working Condition Survey on ca. 17000 business economy service employees in 34 countries, multivariate exploratory technique was used, namely classification trees. Findings The study revealed that job satisfaction differs mostly among countries, occupations, employment contracts and earnings levels (whereas gender, tenure, age and sector do not play important role). Service employees rate highly health and safety aspect of their work and job content, the least satisfying dimensions are pay, job security and career prospects. Research limitations/implications The study is based on secondary source of information and has a major disadvantage which is inherent in its nature – the analysis is limited to available data, thus it is possible that other factors (not covered in the questionnaire) contribute to variations in job satisfaction and its drivers in service industries. Practical implications Findings add to the understanding of the perception of well-being at work; service organisations could learn the factors that should be modified or emphasized in their human resource practices as well as recruitment strategy to attract and retain engaged and loyal employees who are ready to create and deliver value to customers. Originality/value Although job satisfaction in service industries has been a focus for numerous studies, the issue of factors that have differential effects on well-being at work and its drivers in cross-national context has received relatively little attention from researchers.
      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-09-23T12:23:22Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-08-2013-0037
  • Trends and Challenges in Digital Business Innovation
    • Pages: 616 - 617
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 6, Page 616-617, November 2015.

      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-10-22T06:46:03Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-12-2014-0087
  • The Age of Insight, The Quest to Understand the Unconscious in Art, Mind
           and Brain from Vienna 1900 To the Present
    • Pages: 617 - 620
      Abstract: Foresight, Volume 17, Issue 6, Page 617-620, November 2015.

      Citation: foresight
      PubDate: 2015-10-22T06:46:18Z
      DOI: 10.1108/FS-11-2014-0070
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