The Anticipatory Organization(TM) model is a powerful tool for leaders, emerging leaders, managers, planners, and sales teams. Use this model to anticipate future trends, in order to truly be a trusted business advisor.
NASBA Field of Study
Business Management and Organization
In today’s demanding climate, practice leaders are not only tasked with advising their clients about the current endeavors, they are also expected to be able to look into the future. Until now, there has been minimal time spent training accounting and finance professionals on how to anticipate future trends, in order to truly be a trusted business advisor.
Daniel Burrus, one of the world’s leading Futurists and CEO of Burrus Research, has molded his renowned Anticipatory Organization™ Model, to directly serve the needs of accounting and finance professionals. Daniel has decades of experience as a futurist, and has advised numerous Fortune 500 companies including: Microsoft, GE, American Express, Google, Toshiba, Procter & Gamble, Honda, and IBM.
The Anticipatory Organization™ model is a powerful tool for leaders, emerging leaders, managers, planners, and sales teams. You can use this model to:
Module 1: Know What's Next
Module 2: Develop Opportunities
Module 3: Shape the Future
Module 4: Accelerate Success
“Anticipation. I've never really thought about it being a skill you can learn. It gave me great hope for this profession. How do you take people who are not naturally futuristic, visionary people and give them that skill. Up until now we've heard you had to hire someone as a consultant. Today I heard, 'You can do this! You've got to put time into this, you have to put work into it, you have to change the way you think. But this is something you can do.' Anticipation is absolutely something you can do and use in your firm.”
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