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Omvärldsanalys i statliga myndigheter. Framväxt, organisation och arbetsmetoder

Samuel Bohman ()
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Samuel Bohman: Institute for Futures Studies, Postal: Institute for Futures Studies, Box 591, SE-101 31 Stockholm, Sweden, http://www.framtidsstudier.se/sv/redirect.asp?p=2320

No 2009:12, Arbetsrapport from Institute for Futures Studies

Abstract: Horizon scanning is an ambiguous concept and difficult to define. Within the context of central government authorities, it can be interpreted as an umbrella term for a variety of activities that monitors and analyzes changes in the external environment. As a phenomenon and discourse, horizon scanning is more common today compared to ten years ago. More central government authorities have a formal or semi-formal organization for horizon scanning. Modern information technology and external consultants play in many cases a central role in development. Organizational problems such as lack of resources, competence and management’s commitment remain for many central government authorities.

Keywords: Futures studies; Horizon scanning; Planning; Central government; Authorities; Framtidsstudier; Omvärldsanalys; Omvärldsbevakning; Verksamhetsplanering; Statliga myndigheter (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M12 M13 M14 O21 O33 O38 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 51 pages
Date: 2009-06-12
Note: ISSN: 1652-120X; ISBN: 978-91-85619-51-1
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