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La construcción del futuro. Concepto y modelo de prospectiva estratégica, territorial y tecnológica


  • Francisco José Mojica


La prospectiva nos enseña que no es necesario sufrir o padecer el futuro, sino que podemos construirlo. Y también nos muestra que si lo analizamos adquirimos ventajas competitivas, sencillamente porque nos estamos adelantando a tomar decisiones que otros todavía no han pensado. De esta manera es posible ganar la delantera e impedir que el futuro nos sorprenda

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  • Francisco José Mojica, 2005. "La construcción del futuro. Concepto y modelo de prospectiva estratégica, territorial y tecnológica," Books, Universidad Externado de Colombia, Facultad de Administración de Empresas, edition 1, volume 1, number 26, EJSER Sep.
  • Handle: RePEc:ext:admone:26

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