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...it is pointless to try to predict the future...But it is possible -and fruitful to identify major events that have already happened, irrevocably, and that will have predictable effects in the next decade or two. It is possible, in other words, to identify and prepare for the future that has already happened (Drucker, P. “The Future That Has Happened… (More)
The use of survey data and case studies to identify the characteristics of high performance workplaces is based on the assumption that workplaces doing well in terms of the markets in which they operate are more likely to survive into the future. It is pointless to try to predict the future. But it is possible – and fruitful – to identify major events that… (More)
The authors attempt to provide a comprehensive review of urbanization in three Melanesian countries (Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu) and in Fiji. The focus of the paper is on the development and perpetuation of various forms of inequality exemplified by Melanesian urbanization and its colonial origins.