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Transformative Scenario Planning

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Transformative Scenario Planning by Adam Kahane
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Oct 15, 2012 | ISBN 9781609944902
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    Oct 15, 2012 | ISBN 9781609944902

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“I highly commend this book. Adam has taken scenario planning to a new level, beyond the confines of business strategy, to deal with wider social and economic issues.”
—Vince Cable, Secretary of State for Business, United Kingdom

“All of our toughest problems, from climate change to inequality, have complexity at their heart. Adam Kahane, with his track record of work for social and environmental justice, has written a powerful and practical guide to using scenario planning to transform such problems. This is a book for those hungry for new ideas about how to achieve change.”
—Phil Bloomer, Director, Campaigns and Policy, Oxfam

“We all face challenges and opportunities that can only be addressed with fresh understandings and innovative forms of collaboration. At Shell we have learned the value of combining scenario thinking with strategic choices. Building on his extensive practical experience, Kahane extends the boundaries of this practice.”
—Jeremy Bentham, Vice President, Global Business Environment, Royal Dutch Shell

“This deeply human book offers tangible means for tackling the intractable problems that confront us at every level of life, from domestic and local to national and beyond. It offers realistic, grounded hope of genuine transformation, and its insights and lessons should be part of the toolbox of everyone in leadership roles.”
—Thabo Makgoba, Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town

Table Of Contents

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

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