In times of exponential change, managers and innovation teams need radically different approaches for the definition of long-term strategies and the development of future-proof innovations.

KNOWEAUX is offering the next generation of agile methods to actively explore and unlock the potential of unknown territories and future markets. 

KNOWEAUX disrupts traditional Trend & Foresight approaches:

Exponential technologies lead to ever shorter innovation cycles, to uncertain and highly 
dynamic market environments and to paradigm shifts in key industries.

Established foresight and trend-scouting processes are not sufficient anymore to think 
ahead of the complexity and dynamics of our time in order to actively shape futures.

Bridging the Gap

Companies are facing a critical gap between established innovation processes and future strategies.

Long-term scenarios - if existing at all - are not adequately integrated into current product developments.

Future Modeling combines longterm visions with current innovation methods and processes.

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Expeditions into the unknown
Is your Organization ready?

Questioning the old paradigm of knowing everything, managers nowadays need to solve problems in complex and totally unknown territories.

Experiments and expeditions are the only way to successfully explore and conquer non-existing markets.

Pioneers like Amazon, Tesla or Telefonica Alpha invest tremendous amounts of time and energy exploring the principles, fundamentals and technologies of future markets.

Long-term visions of possible futures are building the fundament (Future-DNA) for groundbreaking product and service strategies.

KNOWEAUX Applied Futures

Agile Future-Modeling is based on scientific methods from the field of Futures Studies and state-of-the-art entrepreneurial approaches. The long-term vision serves as a compass for numerous experiments in completely unknown terrains.


In contrast to traditional innovation and trend processes, Future- Modeling starts with proactive visions of the future.

Subsequently, theses visions undergo a systematic back-casting process and serve as basis for near term product development and strategic decisions.


A Lean and powerful Framework to (re)think future scenarios and their impact on your innovation strategy

  • The methodology supports conscious decision-making in teams and provides concrete options for action, which enables the development of future proof services and products.

  • Future Modeling is an active training process uncovering personal hidden assumptions, while encouraging creativity with bold statements for possible futures.

  • The combination of long-term thinking and agile acting ensures effective implementation into current innovation processes and prototyping.



Workshops and Programs

Future Modeling addresses board members, managers, strategists and innovators 
in companies (corporates, SMEs, startups) and organizations (NGOs, politics)

Future Modeling works best in teams of 3-25 participants

We offer different individual formats:
 1-3 days Future Modeling Workshop
3-10 days Future Modeling Sprint
1-x weeks
Future Modeling Program
Company-wide implementation and long-term consulting
Train the trainer Program

Participants are accompanied by certified Future Model Architects


—> Pro-active approach: creating desirable futures

—> Innovations, products, services & prototypes with Future-DNA

—> Fast and concrete results (scenarios + strategy + application)

—> Iterative, agile way of working allows fast customization and adaptation

—> Effective team-synchronization of existing assumptions

—> Practical training of future thinking skills for all participants 

—> Company-wide implementation (optional)


Please contact us for any questions and further information:
+49 30 6881 4033

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