TEMI Announces Technological Forecasting for Science & Technology Intelligence Workshop

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In the TF/STI Workshop, participants will learn proven analytical techniques for assessing the state of the art and predicting future directions and likely developments in technologies of interest to them. Combining both quantitative and qualitative approaches, participants will return home with tools to make their own assessments of emerging technologies that can impact their business.

Articulating the present state of the art and evaluating emerging technologies is critical to planning in today's rapidly evolving industrial arena. To help train technology professionals in making such assessments, Golden, Colorado based Technology/Engineering Management Int'l will be conducting the 2015 edition of its 2-day workshop on Technological Forecasting for Science & Technology Intelligence on April 23-24, 2015.

TEMI Principal Consultant and workshop leader Dr. Richard Mignogna notes that "the most successful technology intensive organizations are those that devote the necessary resources to understanding their technological base and how their key technologies will evolve over time. But there is a skill to doing this and it goes beyond relying on anecdotal information or the biased predictions coming from those with a stake in the outcome."

In the TF/STI Workshop, participants will learn proven analytical techniques for assessing the state of the art and predicting future directions and likely developments in technologies of interest to them. Combining both quantitative and qualitative approaches, participants will return home with tools to make their own assessments of emerging technologies that can impact their business.

This year's course is offered in association with the Strategic & Competitive Intelligence Professionals (SCIP) -- the leading association of practitioners in competitive and technology intelligence. Whether your focus is R&D management, strategic technology planning, engineering, or production, the 2015 edition of the TF/STI workshop is not to be missed.

To learn more about the TF/STI Workshop, or to register, visit the TEMI website at http://www.temi.us or send an email to workshop(at)temi.us.

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