Three Horizons Use Examples

Impact Amplified is an active participant in the Future Stewards practice network championing the Three Horizons framework.

Alongside other organisations and under the guidance of Future Stewards, we are co-creating a distributed commons – a space fostering shared knowledge, best practices, and a mutual exploration of the Three Horizons approach.

As an example of the network in action, we facilitate the hosting of the Three Horizons use examples library. This curated collection offers glimpses into the real-world applications of the framework. By navigating these examples, you can see the practical nuances and adaptability of the Three Horizons across various contexts.

Inspired by what you see? Be part of our growth. As this collection continues to evolve, we warmly invite you to share your experiences and insights. Contribute a use example, and help enrich our collective understanding.

For a wider view of the Three Horizons and its community, visit Future Stewards.

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