How do we know whether a manager’s experiences and skills are sufficient to operate at a strategic level in an organization? What insight does recent research on strategic leadership shed on these challenges? Continue reading
Psychologists have told us that humans are distinct in their ability to think forward. To what degree is foresight an innate human function of our brain power, or thinking preferences? Continue reading
How did Jesus approach his future? How did the changes of his day impact his horizon? What can we learn from his context that will help us create a more sustainable future? Continue reading
In 2006 Regent University launched a Master of Arts in Strategic Foresight, and in 2007 added a foresight major to its Doctor of Strategic Leadership. In doing so, Regent joined a small group of academic programs worldwide that offer graduate professional degrees based on futures studies. Continue reading
From 2004 to 2008 I went back to get my PhD in Leadership. Here is my perspective on why I did so and why all of us are undercover agents for the public good! Continue reading
In the Fall of 2007, I began teaching the first course in an Entrepreneurial MBA at Regent’s School of Business & Leadership. The course was BMBA 601: “The Future of Commerce.” Here is why.
Dr. Michael Marien suggests society should weigh 10 big questions about the 22nd Century and use them to make changes to public policy today. Continue reading
I served as the producer of this 8-part educational DVD, Pathways to Foresight, by Dr. Richard Slaughter. This is a great training program on social and strategic foresight for any team. Continue reading
Are you a practicing futurist? If you have done it all in life, and now want to give back to the field, I encourage to join me in studying for your Doctor of Strategic Leadership at Regent University. Since 2004 I have done the same, and applied futures studies to it. Continue reading
Dr. Jay Gary, evangelical author and leadership scholar reflects on his experience as a religious futurist, and challenges religious activists to study the future of faith and society, in the context of their own traditions.