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Forecasting Development CapacityForecasting Development CapacityLeadership depends on its ability to forecast the consequences of potential decisions. Science, medicine, and engineering represent our greatest success in predicting these cause and effect relationships, and their ability is based on a history of research and discovery, grounded with precise languages that promote a transfer of knowledge across generations. Predicting the consequences of sprawl, however, is an effort without language that points to a symptom without remedy, aggravated by opinion and emotion. This sounds like a definition of medicine in the Middle Ages. In fact, the entire science of shelter is limited to engineering advances and devices that have improved publi…
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