The Practical Certificate in Foresight Analysis and Planning for International and Public Affairs Management
NPSIA-PT&D is pleased to announce our next offering of this unique, 2-day workshop in forecasting and Knowledge Management. Foresight Analysis is used increasingly to inform Public Policy, guide Economic and National Security Intelligence efforts, road-map Strategic Planning initiatives and manage Global Risk.
Dates: Thursday October 26 & Friday October 27, 2017
Registration: Registration for this workshop is now open. Please download the registration form here.
Training Location: Richcraft Hall / River Building, Carleton University
Time: 9:00 AM – 4 PM, daily
Program Fee: $800.00 + HST until September 29, 2017. Thereafter $ 900.00 + HST
Carleton, NPSIA, NPSIA-PT&D Alumni and Ottawa Diplomatic Association members: $ 750.00 + HST
Learning objectives of the workshop:
- introduction to Foresight literacy and vocabulary in policy development
- introduction and practice in Foresight tools and methods for analysis and planning
- Strengthen strategy formulation in relation to threats, opportunities and risk
- Better communication for advocating change
- Better communication for innovation and creative problem solving
- Making the case for investments in R&D
Educated as a nuclear engineer David Harries has worked in the public and private sectors as a senior military officer, as a consultant in personal and corporate security, and as a senior advisor and professor in heavy engineering, humanitarian aid, post-conflict/post-disaster response and recovery, executive development and university education. His current focus is on research, curriculum development, teaching and facilitation of strategic foresight related to security. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Global Initiatives Project and ProteusCanada, an ex-Board member of Canadian Pugwash and Senior Advisor for Foresight, Associate Executive Director of Foresight Canada, head of the Leadership and Management community of IdeaConnector.net and the Chair of the Canadian Node of the Millennium Project.