Martin works with themes like creativity and innovation, in particualar the interaction between futures studies and innovation. He has also worked a lot with food and agriculture and energy and climate change issues and is the author of a number of articles on the topics.
Martin has experience in advising top management on issues of strategic concern in various industries. He has published several articles on innovation topics, focusing on trends affecting the need for innovation, barriers to innovation, best practise, and the interaction between foresight and innovation.
Martin Kruse also works with the ways complex systems of thought work together in culture, including looking at networks, trend movements and megatrends in a preiodic perspective.
Martin has made his thesis on Herman Kahn and future studies: The realism in fictionalised scenarios in future studies.
Martin Kruse has e.g. done presentations for:
"Martin from CIFS delivered a presentation to the executives of Damstahl a/s. The lecture included 4 crisis scenarios. “We have subsequently used these scenarios as part of our planning and strategic considerations. We judge today that this input has been beneficial for the company and has enabled us to act faster and better than our competitors.”
Martin has (co)written the following articles and reports:
Work languages: Danish, Norwegian and English
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At CIFS since 2003