So far in the Futurestate Design series we’ve been pretty focused on the future, as you might expect. By now, we hope, we’ve established that current-state analysis can’t tell you anything very useful about your business of tomorrow. It tells you where you are now, and where you have been, but not where you can go.
Week four of our Futurestate Design series, and by now we’d like to think you’ve got a good understanding of futurestate design and are looking at things through a different, more confident lens, as you think about implementing change in your organisation.
Following our last two articles in the Futurestate Design series (what futurestate design is and how to approach it with the right mindset), we wanted to give you a crib sheet, of sorts, outlining the basic rules to futurestate design programmes.
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Our recent work with Nesta’s Future News Pilot Fund has highlighted again how crucial local news is, why it must have a viable future for all of our sakes, and why that future lies in forming a new relationship with consumers, starting now.