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Way out of date but still worth reading. Schwartz is right--some of the future is quite easy to predict.Published 1 month ago by Perry M. Smith
I got this book from a colleague of mine with impeccable taste in books and a strong background in scenario thinking, so it comes as no surprise that I found this book to be of... Read morePublished on March 21, 2010 by Kyle Dionne Clark
David Taylor got it all wrong. Being European, I actually felt a little pro-American bias about the book...but not much. Read morePublished on June 2, 2005 by Kenneth
If you think the future is predictable, read this book. The author seems rather pessimistic about the future, especially considering his earlier book, The Long Boom.Published on March 30, 2005 by Jonathan G. Curtis
I got this book, Inevitable Surprises, written by Peter Schwartz, because the one that I was looking for (the Art of the Long View) was not available at that time. Read morePublished on December 23, 2004 by Eduardo Antico
Heartily enjoyed this book. Got me thinking long-term about some of the possibilities for the future that you don't find in the newspapers e.g. Read morePublished on October 4, 2003 by T. Butler-Bowdon
Interesting speculation of potential future events. Some are way out such as the prediction of a major asteroid hit. Read morePublished on August 10, 2003 by David Taylor
Good current trend analysis. Personal political bias reflected. Technical errors: Thinks methane is a fuel - it is not, Thinks is clean - actually causes more pollution to make... Read morePublished on July 24, 2003 by "williamdunne"
I would recommend this book, but only if it is read along with others in the field; such as "Leading Change" by Kotter, and "Strategic Organizational Change" by Beitler.Published on July 23, 2003