In ethics, prudence is an essential skill in making informed decisions. Although several studies in various fields have dealt with the notion, few empirical studies have addressed one of its inextricable aspects: anticipation. To gain a better understanding of the notion, this study questioned fifteen leaders whose peers consider to be “visionary” in their respective fields. The results of this qualitative study based on semi-structured interviews describe the fundamental aspects of anticipation according to three categories: reasoning and trend analysis, implementation and strategy, and personality and values.
"Prudence, Ethics and Anticipation in Visionary Leaders,"
The Journal of Values-Based Leadership: Vol. 15
, Article 9.
Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.22543/0733.151.1367
Available at: https://scholar.valpo.edu/jvbl/vol15/iss1/9