“The future is unwritten.”
As experts in strategic foresight and scenario planning, we invite you to join us in navigating through the terra incognita of an increasingly confusing world. We sensitize for the key factors of basic changes, for dynamics and complexity. We identify pitfalls, open up new perspectives thus disclosing new potentials. So that your decisions will become sustainable and robust for the future.
News & Events
Panel at the ESPAS Conference on “Global Trends to 2030: Challenges and Choices for Europe”
This landmark conference – hosted by the European Political Strategy Centre (EPSC) and the European Parliamentary Research…More >
Security Challenges in the Balkans Region: Panel “The Balkans: A Strategic Assessment”
Within the framework of the forum Security Challenges in the Balkans Region, Dr. Oliver Gnad (Bureau fuer…More >
Union International Club/ Speaker’s Luncheon: “Fifty Ways to leave Your Lover: Europe and the Balkans in 2030”
Dr. Oliver Gnad, the Bureau für Zeitgeschehen’s general manager, and LTG (Ret) Frederick Benjamin Hodges, who served…More >
Hertie School of Governance: Skills Course “Judgement under Uncertainty. Decision Support through Foresight Analysis”
This course provides executives and decision-makers with methods and tools to take better decisions in a volatile,…More >
Courses & Seminars
Four times a year, the Bureau für Zeitgeschehen offers tailor-made training courses on strategic foresight and scenario planning. Using current and future strategic challenges, participants learn how to develop scenarios of plausible alternative futures and to use them as 'strategic blueprints' in their daily work - both in the public and private sector.
27 April 2020 – 28 April 2020
Skills Course: Judgment under Uncertainty. Decision Support through Foresight Analysis
starting at € 1690 p.P.More details