SCENARIOS FROM THE BUSINESS TRENDS LIBRARY

Comprehensive database of trends relevant to business - needed to capture as many surprises as possible. Sectors selected to provide Scenarios of the future operating conditions for the firm. Valuable for Planning in turbulent business environments.

For a Prospectus, send details of your firm, or Areas wanted to:

Planning & Control Investments Limited

2 Rotherwick Court, Alexandra Road, Farnborough, GU14 6DD, UK
Tel 01252 548115,
Email

INDEX:


1. THE TEN AREAS OF THE BUSINESS TRENDS LIBRARY

The Business Trends Library is constructed from 10 Major Areas:

The links give the Contents of the Area.


2. SECTORS OF THE BUSINESS TRENDS LIBRARY

Each
Area is made up of a number of Sectors - each a fundamental activity of man with a long history. The above links show an Area's Sectors. All the Sectors can be seen here.

Historical Analysis identifies long term trends in each Sector. Interaction of these trends within different Sectors of the Library is the key to future Scenarios ( Dr Richard Whaley, Futures 16 p269-76, June 1985). The pattern of such Impacts of major trends between the ten Areas is shown below.

Sectors selected for a firm thus contain relevant impacts from the whole Library. People doing Business Environment Assessment generally do not look wide enough to identify things which will affect them. More Surprises are revealed the more comprehensive the database from which the Scenarios are drawn. To order a Prospectus, see Orders (Section 4).


4. ORDERS

Email Dr R H G Whaley to order:

- Prospectus for Scenarios from the Business Trends Library.

OR

- Pick your own selection of Scenarios from the Business Trends Library.

- so a personalised Prospectus can be sent to you with Quotation on-line.

Planning & Control Investments Limited

2 Rotherwick Court, Alexandra Road, Farnborough, GU14 6DD, UK
Tel 01252 548115, Email

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Business Trends Publications - BTL Briefings, Summary Scenarios, On-line Areas.


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