Peter Hayward "is a trained accountant and economist with over 25 years experience in taxation and public policy. He is also experienced in the use of systems thinking and modeling tools with regards to public policy initiatives. He completed a Graduate Certificate of Science in Strategic Foresight in 2001 as part of the first cohort of students undertaking the program. In 2002 he commenced doctoral research into the development of individual and social foresight. He has consulted to a range of organisations in the use of foresight methods, and is the author of the inaugural monograph in the School's Monograph Series, Foresight in Everyday Life. In addition to his doctoral research, he teaches in the Masters program and specialises in the use of systems thinking and applying foresight in organisational environments. He is the author of the journal articles "Facilitating Foresight", "The Moral Impediments to Foresight Action" and "Futures Thinking as a Catalyst for Change"."