In 1964 Singapore leader – Lee Kuan Yew sat on the beach, saw a plane fly by and said: ”In 30 years time Singapore will have the best airline in the world.”
In 1948 the McDonalds brothers set up their first food service and wrote: “We sell “Take Away” affordable food to everyone everywhere.”
In the 1980s Ireland was Europe’s poorest nation. In the early 1990s President Robinson did everything to become the EU’s fastest growing economy. By the mid to late 90s she made it.
How did these leaders create their “Photograph from the Future”? What did it take to realize them? And most importantly how can you adapt these skills and capabilities for your organization?
PFF is a new revolutionary mapping and simulation methodology that juxtaposes you and your organization into the future. By the time you complete the process – you and your team will share one voice and one unified image of the company articulated through a common future statement.
The PFF™ methodology originated from a national initiative implemented in Ireland in the 1990s. It served as a catalyst to Ireland’s transformation from a failed economy to a success story in the years to follow. Since then it was successfully implemented in several organizations and it probably needs to be redone & revisit in Ireland.