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Clustering Engine Carrot2 Search Results Clustering Engine Carrot2 organizes your search results into topics. With an instant overview of what's available, you will quickly find what you're looking for. Choose where to search: Revisiting timeliness for Strategic Foresight and Warning [Fully rewritten version v3] To exist, risk and foresight products as well as warnings must be delivered to those who must act upon them, the customers, clients or users. These anticipation analyses must also be actionable, which means that they need to include the right information necessary to see action taken. Yet, if you deliver your anticipation when there is no time anymore to do anything, then your work will be wasted. Yet, even if you deliver your impeccable strategic foresight or risk analysis, or your crucial actionable warning to your clients in time to see a response implemented, but at a moment when your customers, decision-makers or policy-makers cannot hear you, then your anticipation effort will again be wasted. Let me give you an example. If you look at the picture used as featured image, what you see is the Obama government in a situation room as it awaits updates on the 2011 Operation Neptune’s Spear, the mission against Osama bin Laden.

HOW TO: Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile for the Job Hunt Dan Finnigan is CEO of Jobvite, a SaaS platform for the social web that companies use to find and hire people. You can follow him on Twitter at @DanFinnigan and read his blog -- the Jobvite Blog. About 120 million people now use LinkedIn, and 1 million more join every week. But how many users have a professional profile that’s actually attracting interest from hiring companies? Research my company has conducted shows that 87% of companies use LinkedIn for recruiting, so it’s a good bet that your next employer will look for talent there. But how easy are you to find? Downloads - voidtools Download Everything Download InstallerDownload Installer 64-bitDownload Portable ZipDownload Portable Zip 64-bit ChangesWhat's NewOlder VersionsLicenseSHA256Supported LanguagesHelp All Everything Downloads

Delivery Foreseeing the future, whatever the name given to the endeavour*, faces two major tasks. First, we have the analysis, the process according to which the foresight, forecast, or, more broadly, anticipation will be obtained. Second, the result must be delivered to and understood by those who need it because they will act on it, to the least integrate the new knowledge received in the decisions they will take**. A huge challenge runs across both those tasks: overcoming the various natural and constructed biases that limit human understanding. Much thought is usually given to analytical methodologies, which may be seen as nothing else than ways to overcome biases. Analysts commit themselves to many years of study, and force themselves to struggle against those biases, including through their own research and reflections.

8 Handy, Beautiful Social Media Tips From Grandma [PICS] Move over Sophia Petrillo, there's a new Golden Girl in town sharing her timeless advice on how to act on various social networks and Internet hangouts. Props to Chacho Puebla and his latest project, Grandmother Tips, a humorous collection of tips our grandmothers never taught us, but we might share with our grandchildren. The typography series features Puebla's great aunt holding signs with bold, beautiful type, bestowing words of wisdom for a new generation, since the times they are a-changin'. Feed 101 - FeedBurner Help What are feeds? I see "RSS", "XML", and "Atom" out there, but I don't know how I might use these links when I find them. Feeds are a way for websites large and small to distribute their content well beyond just visitors using browsers. Feeds permit subscription to regular updates, delivered automatically via a web portal, news reader, or in some cases good old email. Feeds also make it possible for site content to be packaged into "widgets," "gadgets," mobile devices, and other bite-sized technologies that make it possible to display blogs, podcasts, and major news/sports/weather/whatever headlines just about anywhere.

“Delivery” of Strategic Foresight and Warning “products:” learning from the social and mobile web? A warning does not exist if it is not delivered. This is a key lesson highlighted by the famous expert in warning Cynthia Grabo, who worked as an intelligence analyst for the U.S. government from 1942 to 1980 (Anticipating Surprise: Analysis for Strategic Warning, Editor’s Preface). Similarly, a foresight product such as scenarios, for example, has to be delivered or communicated. Actually, Cynthia Grabo’s point is true for any anticipatory activity, whatever its name, from risk management to horizon scanning.

Six Social Media Trends for 2012 - David Armano by David Armano | 10:25 AM December 12, 2011 Each year at this time, I look forward and predict trends in social media for the coming year. But first, I look back at my predictions from last year. How’d I do? Not bad. Social media continues to move forward toward business integration, a trend that I identified last year.

Tsunami simulations scare Japan STR/epa/Corbis Japan has been forced to review its tsunami defences in the wake of last year’s disaster. Japan’s government is heeding a key message from last year’s Tohoku earthquake and tsunami: the underwater faults that encircle the country can unleash much greater devastation than previously anticipated. Last week, the cabinet’s disaster-management division briefed local officials on simulations that raise the spectre of waves even larger and more destructive than those last March, sending the officials scrambling to rethink their tsunami defence plans. The estimates come from a government-appointed team of scientists led by Katsuyuki Abe, a tsunami expert and emeritus professor of the University of Tokyo.

3 Reasons Why You Can't Neglect Socializing in Person I’m a 30-year-old writer who works from home and thrives on the neat things you can do with technology. I’ve written books about smartphones and online social networks, and I’m reading things all day. But perhaps the most idea-generating part of my workweek is attending a knitting circle. I’m pretty sure at least a half-dozen other web professionals feel the same way, and you might as well. Hélène Lavoix: Using the Internet to Prevent Conflict Many businesses and organisations try to identify trends and threats. For independent political scientist Dr Hélène Lavoix, it is a necessity for social good, and is a useful tool. Hélène identifies possible risks facing the global population to help prevent wars or disasters. She researches often hidden threats using various tools including a weekly to scan the global horizon for anything that may create dangerous tipping points and dailies for more specific problems. Her consultancy, Red (team) Analysis, based in Paris, designs methods, trains and researches reports for clients on topics ranging from the future of energy to social unrest and conflict.

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