This chapter presents a case study to summarise the three-phase Future Literacy Laboratory-Novel (FLL-N) process. The FLL-N methodology was used to co-design and facilitate a two-day lab in November 2012, with a strong emphasis on the FLL-N action-learning/research approach. Using the Learning Intensive Society (LIS) as a model for imagining cultural heritage research in 2032, the groups were challenged to describe their work under a different set of framework conditions – social, economic and cultural. The FLL-N on Using the Future for Local Labor Markets was conducted on November 25–26, 2013, in Bogota, Republic of Colombia, with a group of 28 participants from Regional Labor Observatories, the Ministry of Labor, the National Apprenticeship Service (SENA), and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). Innovation Norway is Norway’s central agency for encouraging industrial innovation and entrepreneurship. The chapter examines how Innovation Norway enhanced its capacity to use-the-future by taking a Futures Literacy approach.