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Good Judgment SVP and Superforecaster® Marc Koehler joined GJ co-founder Phil Tetlock and Event Horizon’s Dr. J. Peter Scoblic to discuss the integrated foresight approach presented in “A Better Crystal Ball: The Right Way to Think about the Future,” a new Foreign Affairs article co-authored by Tetlock and Scoblic.
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Our jointly developed foresight model helps organizations to sense, shape, and adapt to the future by generating plausible long-term scenarios and then using a cluster of focused, short-term forecasts to indicate which scenario is most likely to emerge. By combining the power of imagination with the science of probabilistic prediction, this “qualitative-quantitative synthesis” empowers leaders to make decisions in the present despite the uncertainty of the future, helping them craft robust strategy that accounts for a wide range of possible outcomes.
This holistic method would provide policymakers with both a range of conceivable futures and regular updates as to which one is likely to emerge. For once they could make shrewd bets about tomorrow, today.J. Peter Scoblic and Philip E. Tetlock, Foreign Affairs, November-December 2020
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