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Dr Luke Van Der Laan

Dr Luke Van Der Laan
Name Luke Van Der Laan
Position Senior Lecturer (Professional Studies)
Section School of Linguistics, Adult and Specialist Education
Office T310
Location Toowoomba Campus
Phone +61 7 4631 5508
Extension 5508
Email
Qualifications BA Stellenbosch , MPhil Stellenbosch , PhD USQ
Languages Afrikaans (accredited translator)
Dutch and Related Languages (accredited translator)

Fields of Research (FoR)

  • Specialist Studies in Education not elsewhere classified ( 130399 )
  • Business and Management not elsewhere classified ( 150399 )

Research interests
Foresight. Strategic Thinking in strategy-level leaders. Futures Research. Leadership and strategy. Structural Equation Modelling.

Professional memberships
Association of Professional Futurists (APF USA)
World Futures Studies Federation (WFSF)

USQ Research affiliations

  • Australian Centre for Sustainable Business and Development (ACSBD)



Publications in ePrints

van der Laan, Luke (2017) Asia Pacific's economic risks and futures. In: WOW! How did you know that? Applying risk intelligence concepts to foresee dangers and seize opportunities in chaotic times. Gadwise Investments, Chatswood, NSW, pp. 70-88. ISBN 978-981-11-5661-8

Hines, Andy and Gary, Jay and Daheim, Cornelia and van der Laan, Luke (2017) Building foresight capacity: toward a foresight competency model. World Future Review, 9 (3). pp. 123-141. ISSN 1946-7567

van der Laan, L. W. (2017) Health care foresight: identifying mega-trends, convergence and scenarios of ways in which the future can be imagined. In: Not your ordinary future health care. Deloitte & Touche, Singapore, pp. 33-53.

Ostini, Jenny and van der Laan, Luke (2016) Enabling innovative postgraduate research: critical foresight and strategic considerations for university leaders. In: 2016 Queensland University Educators Showcase (QUES 2016), 26 Sept 2016, Brisbane, Australia.

van der Laan, Luke and Neary, Liz (2016) Equity and access as keys for opening open learning: the case for virtually facilitated work-based learning. In: Open learning and formal credentialing in higher education: curriculum models and institutional policies. Advances in Educational Marketing, Administration, and Leadership (AEMAL) Book Series. Information Science Reference (IGI Global), Hershey, PA. United States, pp. 263-290. ISBN 978-1-4666-8856-8

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