Understanding Economic Roadmaps

By Alan Beaulieu on March 18, 2021

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Alan Beaulieu

With a reputation as an accurate, straightforward economist, Alan Beaulieu has been delivering award-winning workshops and economic analysis seminars across the world to thousands of business executives for the last 30 years.

Conscientious business leaders want to accurately steer their business to achieve maximum benefit for all stakeholders.

That can be defined in various ways, but at its simplest it is wanting what is best for everyone within a 360o view of the leader. Inhibitors to realizing that goal include a limited view of the future and conflicting input from advisors, whether they are inside or outside of the company. It is a common problem, but, thankfully, it is a solvable problem.

A proven, data-driven approach to the future will yield outsized results and provide a leader with a new vision of the future. A future where the company benefits while competitors make costly mistakes and fall behind. Pilots use this method all the time. Think of it the next time you are on a commercial flight through stormy weather or even simple clouds. Would you like your pilots to fly by feel and by what they can see out the window? What happens if one pilot feels like the plane is rising while another feels like it is banking? That happens all the time, and it is dangerous. It is why pilots fly by instruments, particularly when vision is obscured, and feelings are difficult to trust. The right set of instruments will help leaders see farther ahead and with greater clarity than they thought possible.

This data-driven approach is our core methodology at ITR Economics. It is explained in detail on our website. Our time-tested, accurate forecasts deliver an economic roadmap that provides the necessary information for both tactical and strategic decisions.


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