“No one group has a monopoly on good ideas”: Building anticipatory capacity and democratising, diversifying futures thinking

Group of preschoolers in an open exhibition space (Photo by Ng Shi Wen)

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As a strategic foresight practitioner, Cheryl Chung has led futures projects across different government ministries, within a public policy school, and in a number of community projects and initiatives. With her experience and expertise, we explore the application of futures and foresight in public policy, the public sector, and the community in Singapore.

Cheryl is programme director of executive education at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in the National University of Singapore.

This is part of the “Thinking about futures” mini-series, on the application of futures thinking and futures studies in Singapore. The feature photo is by Ng Shi Wen.

Click here to listen to the episode.

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