WIKISTRAT IN THE MEDIA
Israel-Saudi Arabia peace: What would the benefits be? - opinion
A simulation by Wikistrat explored opportunities for Israel-Gulf relations in 2025 following the signing of a peace treaty between Israel and Saudi Arabia.
Wargames plot the course of US-China tensions
"As simulations become ever-more valuable in predicting our future, war-games conducted by CSIS, WTO, and Wikistrat will provide important insight into how the current schism between China and the US will play out."
Traditional Management Consulting Giving Way to Crowdsourcing
According to Wikistrat’s CEO, Oren Kesler, “We continue to see growing demand from clients and consultancy partners alike, all seeking something different. These days, both governments and corporations want to be innovative and more creative in how they interact with vendors. And it just makes more sense to leverage some form of virtual crowdsourcing where talented professionals compete to think creatively about the future and brainstorm solutions"
When Worlds Collide: Wikistrat to Study Spike in US-China Trade Tensions in Major War Game Exhibit
Global consultancy firm Wikistrat has launched an interactive economic 'war game' between the United States and China, it was announced on Monday. The games will take place from 8 to 12 June and include 40 of the world's top experts on China to explore an extreme trade war situation between Washington and Beijing on an online virtual platform.
Will Huawei impact the trade deal between U.S. and the UK?
Federica Russo, focusing on China's engagement in the global scene and the dynamics which impact corporate boards'action, is a researcher at the consulting firm Wikistrat.
Beyond maximum pressure: An interview with Iran expert Michael Pregent
Wikistrat sat down with Hudson Institute senior fellow and former U.S. intelligence officer Michael Pregent to get a deeper insight into U.S. policy options vis-à-vis Iran (JNS)
Why This Company is Crowdsourcing, Gamifying the World's Most Difficult Problems
McKinsey shouldn’t close up shop just yet. But if Wikistrat has its way, the future of geopolitical analysis will belong to the crowd (Fast Company).
How 3-D Printing Could Make Criminals Harder to Catch
WikiStrat asked its “crowd” -- including academics, private sector representatives, former law enforcement agents, and experts studying money laundering schemes and the Russian mafia -- to discuss crime scenarios of the future, and then vote on their likelihood.