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This book is for business and organizational leaders who feel the ever-increasing turbulence of the environment and are interested in thinking through how to deal with related complexity and uncertainty.
The authors explain in clear language how future orientation, and specifically modern scenario techniques, help to address increasing risk and lead to more confident and robust decisions. They draw on examples from a wide variety of settings and circumstances including the large corporations, inter-governmental organizations like the World Bank, small firms, municipalities and other communities.Readers will be inspired to try out scenario approaches themselves to address the turbulence that affects them and others with whom they work, live and do business.
A key feature of the book is the exchange of insights across the academic - practitioner divide. What has previously remained jargon only accessible to the highest level of corporate and government futures planners here becomes comprehensible to a wider business and practitioner community.
This book unlocks the high-powered secrets of scenario planning techniques - until now the reserve of large corporate players, governments and militaries - for a wide audience of business and organizational leaders. It presents powerful tools for all businesses or organizations in today's increasingly risky, complex and turbulent environments.
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