Scenario Planning

The business environment- both the internal and external- is constantly changing. In the words of Peter Drucker (management guru): ‘The greatest danger…is to act with yesterday’s logic’.

At FENCI we can help you understand how to use Scenario Thinking and Scenario Planning in order to start questioning the way how your current business world works and so as to get you to reorganise your managers’ inner models of perceived reality so as to be better prepared for the future.

When to use it? If you want to engage in some ‘future now thinking’ in order to better anticipate and understand risk. Or should you wish to envision where your business strategy should head to so as to catch the next wave of growth...

FENCI can organise strategic retreats and help your organisation get the most out of using this strategic tool. 

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