The significant problems we face today cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them
— Albert Einstein


Uncertainty is ubiquitous; that hasn't changed. But we face far greater levels of volatility, ambiguity and complexity. That is reducing confidence in forecasts and projections of the future.


Anticipating the future is one thing; developing resilient strategy that will adapt to a range of plausible futures is another. We can show you how.


Interconnected global networks enable transmission of good things and bad; and amplification of risks as effects combine in unanticipated ways.


The nature of conflict is changing and it can strike unexpectedly, even in normally untroubled jurisdictions. Resilience and preparedness for conflict imposes new strategic requirements.