Trends & Scenario Group is led by Matthew Spaniol and is dedicated to helping leaders get the most out of their scenario planning activities. Based in Copenhagen, Denmark, Trends & Scenario group operates worldwide. For help getting the most out of your scenario planning activities or to learn more about getting started with strategic scenario planning, contact Matthew Spaniol at +45 5012 6444, write to matthew.spaniol (at) gmail.com or on Skype at Springer08
Because organizations are better at preparing than prediction, scenarios-through careful design- cannot prepare for specific events, but rather for the small number of effects that can be triggered. Ask: What can we do today?
Pervasive and ongoing uncertainty means that companies need to get their leadership teams working together in fundamentally different ways. Future-oriented scenarios belong at the heart of your strategic realignment.
Culture eats strategy for breakfast. In a panic, changing an agenda is much easier than convincing other minds to follow the strategic avenue that you have chosen. Incorporating Blue Ocean and Porter's diamond into scenario planning makes for robust, resilient and agile strategy development.
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