Future Wheel

Why is this tool useful?

The Future Wheel is a method for graphical visualisation of direct and indirect future consequences of a particular change or development. It was invented by Jerome C. Glenn in 1971, when he was a student at the Antioch Graduate School of Education (now Antioch University New England). The Future Wheel is a way to organise thinking and questioning about the future — a kind of structured brainstorming.

This Tool was used for:

Dimensions of change


Values and beliefs could be strained by a mixture of people’s environment and self-discovery.

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Envision Future Scenarios

Unit 1: Defining the scope for the Exploration

Exploring the strategy of the organisation to define the scope of potential future contexts.

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