The Art of the Long View

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Doubleday/Currency, 1991 - Business & Economics - 258 pages
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Using the techniques Peter Schwartz presents for the first time in The Art of the Long View, can begin to chart the course of their own future or their company's, not with hard numbers, but with intangibles: belief in the company, their own hopes and fears, and their reaction to events. Among Schwartz' clients are the White House, Disney, Nissan, the New York Stock Exchange and the London Stock Exchange. National business media.

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Review: The Art of the Long View

User Review  - Jack - Goodreads

I found this one interesting specifically for the predictions in it that actually came true. It is somewhat disconcerting to see predictions in an old book come to reality. I found the content interesting and insightful. Hopefully I can put the recommendations into practice. Read full review

Review: The Art of the Long View

User Review  - Neeraj Bali - Goodreads

An interesting primer to strategic thinking by the 'Scenario Method'. I enjoyed its simplicity, but wished it had not beend so simplistic. As I read, I hungrily looked for a complete example of ... Read full review

Contents

The Pathfinders Tale
3
The ScenarioBuilding Animal
31
Uncovering the Decision
47
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Schwartz is co-founder and chairman of Global Business Network.

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