Rota futurorum (Anglice futures wheel) est ratio visualizationis graphicae futurarum certae mutationis vel progressus consecutionum, rectarum et indirectarum. Ab Hieronymo C. Glenn anno 1971 inventa est, cum discipulus in Schola Graduata Educationis Antiochena (nunc Universitas Antiochena Novae Angliae) esset. "Rota futurorum," dixit, "est modus cogitationis et interrogationis de futuris ordinandarum, genus inflatus spiritus constructi."[1][2]

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NotaeRecensere

  1. Anglice: "The Futures Wheel is a way of organizing thinking and questioning about the future—a kind of structured brainstorming."
  2. Glenn 1994.

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Glenn, Jerome C. 1972. Futurizing Teaching vs Futures Course. Social Science Record (Syracuse University) 9(3).
  • Glenn, Jerome C. 2009. Futures Wheel. Ed. 3.0. Vasingtoniae: Futures Research Methodology, The Millennium Project.
  • Snyder, David Pearce. 1993. The Futures Wheel: A Strategic Thinking Exercise. Bethesdae Terrae Mariae: Snyder Family Enterprise.

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