Please give us your view on how we are doing below. We want to raise our current 95%+ satisfaction rate still further. (Amazon comparator: 90% - 2016)
"The workshop was a great opportunity to learn about strategic planning techniques and methods from the founder of Shaping Tomorrow. Good job!"
Md Zainuri Juri, Asian Productivity Organisation
"Thanks for sharing excellent cases and helping me to open new windows ,,,,"
Shaikh Tanveer Hossain, Asian Productivity Organization
"Enlightening, refreshing look at foresight using AI. Communication on key technique was very clear.
The tools on the website are excellent and an eye-opener,"
Shermon O. Cruz, Northwestern University
"It was a pleasant experience to have the sessions with you. You have delivered your lecture in a very lively manner. You exuded confidence and authority on the subject. I look forward to working with you in some future projects."
Joselito Bernardo, Asian Productivity Organization
"Thanks for the great workshop! I got puzzled when I was first in the tool but the wrap-up session was impressive. I liked the organizational model of geese. If our organization can adapt to this there will be none who can compete with us.
Just a recommendation, to improve the user interface, it would be nice for example to have the side-bar navigation panel always appear anywhere. [Yes, Emi, 98% of our site works the way you suggest but we have been unable to find a way to address this with a few of the methods. Please be assured that we are constantly looking for ways to simplify our system and navigation. Any ideas welcome.]"
Emi Araki, Asian Productivity Organisation
"I thoroughly enjoyed your presentation. Your delivery was so engaging. Indeed FUTURE is always an interesting topic for me. Feeling like I would like to hear more and more from you.
I will use Shaping Tomorrow platform to improve continuously myself for the organization and our stakeholders. Thank you once again."
Mohammad Towfiqul Islam, Asian Productivity Organisation
"Thank you very much for teaching us about the Scenario Planning for these 2 days in Tokyo.
That was my first time to do the workshop on, so it was little bit difficult for me,
but it was really a great workshop and I realized the importance to think about the future.
The world is changing every day and unless we don't know and think, we won't get what we want and leave behind.
Also, your stories helped me to understand more about the strategies.
One more thing that I felt important was "time management" not to waste our time during work.
I will go through what I've learned again and understand deeply about the scenario planning to use for APO's future planning.
Thank you in advance."
Arisa Baba, Asian Productivity Organisation
"Interesting advice. Would appreciate more if there was more elaboration on futurology methodology, source and verification of information, and algorithm of Athena. Interesting sharing on leadership and past experiences in the banking sector. As English language content seems to comprise only slightly more than 50% of the whole content on the Internet, the ST tool may be handy if incorporating other popular languages. [We are happy to share how Athena works with you, Ta-Te. Since the workshop, Athena now reads multiple languages! Thanks for the suggestion.]"
Ta-Te Yang, Asian Productivity Organisation
"It was great learning about Scenario Planning. It was a good exercise to go through the process. I look forward to move forward: develop scenarios in the setting of actual APO's strategy, review, rewrite the scenarios on regular basis and execute our strategy based on the priorities that we ourselves developed."
Yumiko Nishio, Asian Productivity Organisation
"I will follow your advice step by step and get myself used to thinking about the future, which is a big step for me. What you shared based on your experiences and your achievement sounded convincing and I believe everything starts from recognizing where I am, what I have done and have not done and forcing myself to change my behaviors. I will pull myself out of comfort zone and do something and continue."
Shoko Ikezaki, Asian Productivity Organisation