Shape tomorrow
with the Applied Futurist's toolkit

Show your clients the future & help them respond with three complete tools for Foresight, Narrative Planning and Agile Organisation Design.

Developed by Applied Futurist, Tom Cheesewright, as featured:

The Guardian
Entrepreneur Magazine
Sky News

Applied Futurism: Business Tools for a Fast-Changing World

Book of the Future provides business tools for marketing agencies and management consultants.

The traditional tools of planning and strategy are broken.

They have lost their value in an accelerated world.

As the pace of change continues to accelerate, businesses, charities and public sector organisations need new tools to help them respond.

Tools that give them greater foresight, identifying existential threats and imminent opportunities.

Tools that help them to plan a response and compel action from their staff and stakeholders, partners and customers.

And tools that help them to re-design their organisation to be truly future-ready.

Over three years of engagements with a huge range of clients we have built these tools and now we want to share them with you.

Show your clients the future. Help them respond.

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Built Through Experience

The futurist's toolkit has been developed through engagements with a huge range of organisations, including:

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