A tool for planning

based on unknowns

For three centuries, we have been planning, predicting and analyzing the world.


We have held on to an intense belief of cause and effect and we have let numbers rule our lives. But at the end of the 20th century, our 17th century organizations are crumbling. Our world grows more disturbing and mysterious.


Our failures to predict and control leer back at us from many places. Yet to what else can we turn? If our world is not predictable, then our approaches cannot work.


But then, where are we?

Margaret Wheatley, 1993


Download the worksheets for the five steps of the Fit For Futures planning process