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Technological Forecasting in Perspective

Raymond S. Isenson
Management Science
Vol. 13, No. 2, Series B, Managerial (Oct., 1966), pp. B70-B83
Published by: INFORMS
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2628073
Page Count: 14
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Technological Forecasting in Perspective
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Abstract

The term, technological forecasting, is appearing with ever increasing frequency in the public utterances of government and industrial leaders. Yet it is obvious to even the most casual observer that little agreement exists as to the meaning of the term, the potential for useful forecasting, regardless of detailed nature, or the status of relevant studies. The purpose of this paper is to review generally the various, apparently useful forecasting techniques, to offer a rationale basis for undertaking a technological forecast, and to place technological forecasting in perspective with regard to other planning inputs.

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