Hello I need two bibliography 150  words each on the topics below. by Daniel Miche

According to Richard Slaughter, “Strategic foresight is the ability to create and maintain a high-quality, coherent and functional forward view and to use the insights arising in organizationally useful ways; … It represents a fusion of futures methods with those of strategic management.”1 Strategic planning is one of the fundamental skills that a leader possesses. The need for organizations to plan is as old as business itself, and organizations that fail to adapt to environmental changes cease to exist. Over a half century ago, Peter Drucker noted, in his book The Practice of Management, that managers not only have to determine “what is” the business of the organization, but “walloping and applying Strategic Foresight retrieved from  Strategy should be a team effort; it is not to be done alone. We should join with others who have diverse views and experiences. In Proverbs 15:22, Solomon says, “Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed.” Proverbs 20:18 says “Make plans by seeking advice; if you wage war, obtain guidance.” I had the privilege to participate in the 2004 conference of the Institute for the Future. The topic was technology horizons for the future. But as much as they talked about technology being the answer to the

Generic foresight Framework  by Voros 2003  developed by Joseph voros 2001

Foresight infused strategy A how to guide for using strategic foresight in practice by  Maree Conway  march 2006

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