Futures Wheel

Jerome Glenn – The Futures Wheel, 1994
“The Futures Wheel is most commonly used to:
think through possible impacts of current trends or potential future events; organize thoughts about future events or trends;
create forecasts within alternative scenarios;
show complex interrelationships;
display other futures research;
develop multi-concepts;
nurture a futures-conscious perspective;
and aid in group brainstorming.”



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