- Book reviews: Social sciences. Balliot, Robert L.; Hoffert, Barbara // Library Journal;10/15/1997, Vol. 122 Issue 17, p73
Reviews the book `Do Lunch or Be Lunch: The Power of Predictability in Creating Your Future,' by Howard H. Stevenson with Jeffrey L. Cruikshank.
- An unpromising outlook. // Credit Management;Aug2003, p8
Reports on business prospects of Great Britain according to BDO Stoy Hayward. Failure of businesses in 2002.
- Economic and Market Concerns Overshadow Strong 2009 Results. // Best's Review;Feb2010, Vol. 110 Issue 10, p8
The article presents a business forecast for the insurance industry by credit ratings and financial data provider A.M. Best in the U.S.
- Chapter 3: Special Report. // Venezuela Business Forecast Report;2008 3rd Quarter, p21
The article discusses on the business outlook of several global frontier markets from different continents featuring Laos, Yemen, Cuba, Mongolia and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
- Business economists: Not just forecasters. Hoover, Dennis K. // Business Economics;Jul92, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p56
Focuses on business forecasting. Task description; Allocation of economic organizations' resources; Dissemination of output; Size of economics organizations versus size of company.
- Entrepreneurs forecast profits. // CA Magazine;May97, Vol. 130 Issue 4, p8
Forecasts 1997 trends for business in Canada. Survey of Canada's economic performance; Statistical analysis of results; Critical business issues concerning entrepreneurs.
- Five predictions for the 21st century. Schriner, Jim // Industry Week/IW;1/8/96, Vol. 245 Issue 1, p12
Predicts business changes for the 21st century. Implementation of projects; Shortening of investment payback time frames; Involvement of communities in business; Demand for flexible and trainable employees; Choosing locations for business.
- How to create an enterprise forecasting system. Power, Anthony M. // Journal of Business Forecasting Methods & Systems;Fall94, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p3
Discusses the forecasting process required for building an enterprise forecasting system. Understanding clients of the forecast; Understanding of users' requirements; System administration; Data management; Forecast adjustment; Reporting; Determining data availability; Evaluating infrastructure.
- Business forecasting: Today and tomorrow. Reilly, Tom // Journal of Business Forecasting Methods & Systems;Fall94, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p7
Focuses on the revolution within the business forecasting front over the last several decades as well as advancements expected in the years to come. Revolution in forecasting tools; Technical developments to watch out for; Problems that advanced techniques cannot solve.