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More Turbulent Change by Peter Garber

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Chapter 9

Don’t Let Your Guard Down— Prepare for the Next Change

In This Chapter
  • playing the “what if” prediction game
  • the “what if” game rules
  • using change capsules to deal with change
  • the “what if” scenario exercise
  • change capsule exercise

Just as a business develops both short- and long-term forecasts concerning future markets and customers, you need to set goals for your career. Your career forecast should be based on the same type of data as business forecasts: recent research, interviews, opinions, and other credible sources of information that can lead you to insights into the future. These forecasts will help prepare you for the changes you’ll meet in the upcoming years. Although forecasting may be little more than an educated guess, ...

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