The Future-basing® Network is an invited community of certified Future-basing® Coaches and Facilitators, and other people interested in working with Future-basing®. Its purpose is to maintain Members’ knowledge, skill and enthusiasm through contact with others. The sharing of experiences and a system of feedback and dissemination of creative ideas is intended to improve and develop both the technology, and its potential range of applications. As we develop over time, the Network will offer feedback via a newsletter, regular involvement with others that are practicing Future-basing® and a longterm intention of Continued Professional Development through occasional updating seminars and conferences
27 August 2009, 13:22 by Nikki Ashwell 0 comments
The world-wide Red Cross movement is made up of two separate and distinct bodies with their secretariats in Geneva: the original Swiss organisation, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the International Federation of Red Cross & Red Crescent Societies from across the world (
27 August 2009, 13:20 by Nikki Ashwell 0 comments
This highly competitive and successful global company was establishing a new multi-disciplinary team to drive through the finalising of manufacturing and service contracts in the Saudi Arabian market. This was a high risk project with a lot riding on it in terms of the company’s reputation and...
27 August 2009, 13:17 by Nikki Ashwell 0 comments
A beacon metropolitan council wanted to develop a ten year vision in conjunction with its key stakeholders. This involved a very diverse group of around 18 executive managers and heads of service with the intention of bringing in Members once the vision was formulated. This intervention...
24 August 2009, 13:08 by Caroline Dowse 0 comments
An international non-governmental organisation faced a major challenge to its ability to effectively deliver its global offer. The organisation’s front-line service was made up of two teams: a rapid response team and a team focused on longer-term community support. It was viewed as essential that the two...