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Looking Forward A Guide To Futures Research

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Helmer, best-known for his development of such methods as the Delphi technique and cross-impact analysis, reviews the concepts and methods of futures research. He presents the key essays which helped to found the field. These amount to a history of the development of the field, showing how it grew out of operations research, systems analysis and gaming to become a ...more
Published August 1st 1983 by Sage Publications, Inc
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Matt Mayevsky
The book not only for the fanatics of forecasting and foresight

If you copy with forecasting or foresight and name Olaf Helmer you nothing says you absolutely need to fill gaps in your knowledge. If you know who he was Olaf Helmer, and "Looking Forward" you have not read, you have to make up for it.

Why I encourage you to read texts written in the middle of the last century? For two reasons.
Firstly, because of the figure of the Olaf Helmer, methodologist of forecasting techniques, known mostly
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