Scenario Thinking Preparing Your Organization for the Future in an Unpredictable World /
Develops scenario planning methods in ways that link scenario analysis to improved decision making, engage time-poor senior decision makers, attenuate decision makers' tendency to deflect responsibility for bleak, negative scenario outcomes, and enhance causal analysis within scenario-storyline...
|Main Author:||Cairns, George,|
|Other Authors:||Wright, George, 1952-, SpringerLink (Online service)|
Springer International Publishing : Imprint : Palgrave Macmillan,
1 online resource (XIX, 276 pages 15 illustrations) : online resource.
|Edition:||2nd ed. 2018.|
- Chapter1. Why should the individual and organization practice scenario thinking?
- Chapter 2. Working with scenarios: introducing the basic method
- Chapter3. Working with stakeholders: understanding stakeholder viewpoints and critiquing scenario storylines
- Chapter4. Augmenting scenario approaches: delving deeper and stretching wider
- Chapter5. Scenarios and decision analysis
- Chapter6. Creating robust strategies and robust organizations
- Chapter7. The backwards logic method of constructing extreme scenarios
- Chapter8. Diagnosing organizational receptiveness
- Chapter9. Lessons learnt from using scenario planning on the real world
- Chapter10. Evaluation of the effectiveness of scenario interventions within organizations.