One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The process of making plans to take into account what is likely to happen or be needed in the future.‘with a bit of forward planning, this party can be fun for all ages’
- ‘In my case, a small amount of forward planning could have saved me great anguish and might have minimized some financial blows.’
- ‘A relatively small amount of forward planning can have a significant impact on how a company is perceived in the market.’
- ‘I for one am angry at the apparent lack of forward planning and strategic decision-making.’
- ‘With a little forward planning, it is possible to keep your clothing purchases comfortably within the family budget!’
- ‘The benefits of such forward planning included the potential for increased circulation, sponsorship, and government funding.’
- ‘He wants better forward planning of big exhibitions.’
- ‘Construction time was estimated at three months, meaning that forward planning and organisation were two very important tools that made the construction a success.’
- ‘It almost seems like poor forward planning to have these two events so close together.’
- ‘Each month the twenty leaders get together to talk and to do some forward planning, always looking at ways to improve their areas.’
- ‘A little forward planning should help you to avoid punitive overdraft charges.’
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