50 Years of Corporate and Organizational Foresight: Looking Back and Going Forward

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50 Years of Corporate and Organizational Foresight: Looking Back and Going Forward. / Gordon, Adam Vigdor; Ramic, Mirza; Rohrbeck, René; Spaniol, Matt.

I: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 15.03.2019.

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