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Transformative Scenario Planning

Working Together to Change the Future
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ISBN-13:
9781609944926
Veröffentl:
2012
Seiten:
152
Autor:
Adam Kahane
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This is the first book focused on how to do and use scenario planning – which is one of the most widely used tools in the world for strategic planning, change management, innovation, problem solving, and similar purposes – for social change at the community, national, and global levels. Adam Kahane is one of the world's pioneers and leaders on this topic and he is the author of two bestselling books.
People who are trying to solve tough economic, social, and environmental problems often find themselves frustratingly stuck. They can't solve their problems in their current context, which is too unstable or unfair or unsustainable. They can't transform this context on their own-it's too complex to be grasped or shifted by any one person or organization or sector. And the people whose cooperation they need don't understand or agree with or trust them or each other.


Transformative scenario planning is a powerful new methodology for dealing with these challenges. It enables us to transform ourselves and our relationships and thereby the systems of which we are a part. At a time when divisions within and among societies are producing so many people to get stuck and to suffer, it offers hope-and a proven approach-for moving forward together.
Foreword by Kees van der Heijden

Preface

Chapter 1: An Invention Born of Necessity: The Mont Fleur Scenario Exercise

Chapter 2: A New Way to Work With the Future

Chapter 3: First step: Convene a Team From Across the Whole System

Chapter 4: Second step: Observe What Is Happening

Chapter 5: Third step: Construct Stories About What Could Happen

Chapter 6: Fourth step: Discover What Can and Must Be Done

Chapter 7: Fifth step: Act to Transform the System

Chapter 8: New Stories Can Generate New Realities: The Destino Colombia Project

Chapter 9: The Inner Game of Social Transformation

Resources: Transformative Scenario Planning Processes

Notes

Bibliography

Acknowledgments

Index

About Reos Partners

About the Author
Getting Unstuck

People who are trying to solve tough economic, social, and environmental problems often find themselves frustratingly stuck. They can’t solve their problems in their current context, which is too unstable or unfair or unsustainable. They can’t transform this context on their own—it’s too complex to be grasped or shifted by any one person or organization or sector. And the people whose cooperation they need don’t understand or agree with or trust them or each other.

Transformative scenario planning is a powerful new methodology for dealing with these challenges. It enables us to transform ourselves and our relationships and thereby the systems of which we are a part. At a time when divisions within and among societies are producing so many people to get stuck and to suffer, it offers hope—and a proven approach—for moving forward together.

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