Workplace 2000: A Delphi-StudyCAHRS Working Paper Series
Abstract[Excerpt] Prognosticate and one thing is certain: you are likely to be wrong. Then why speculate about Workplace 20001 Because Boulding is right; as the future unfolds, surprise is preferable to astonishment. Informed speculation enhances anticipation and understanding, the bases of informed decision-making. It produces a vision with which to agree or disagree, and the means to ascertain why. If the vision proves disagreeable, there is a baseline from which to plot a preferred scenario. For in the end, Workplace 2000 will emerge not from prediction, but from choice.
Citation InformationLee Dyer and Donna Blancero. "Workplace 2000: A Delphi-Study" (1992)
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