By John Kamensky
How can we bring Strategic Foresight into conversations on management priorities in the next presidential administration? Why is this even worth discussing, especially given the urgent pressures of dealing with today’s challenges?
The interstate highway system was declared complete on October 14, 1992, after 35 years of construction. Authorized in 1956 by President Dwight Eisenhower as a necessary component of national defense, the highway system transformed America’s culture, economy, and environment. Could these radical changes have been foreseen? Where they all for the better? Could better foresight have precluded the population shift from cities to suburbs, the