High Level Scenario Thinking
Planning for major organizational change involves assessing how we will enter that change. We can make predictions around intense change, but there will still be unknown factors. In order to move into change successfully, leaders can prepare their organizations by envisioning multiple scenarios that could occur once the change is in action. This is about considering potential what-ifs on the front end. Apply the scenario thinking process to create two to three most likely scenarios, and discuss the pros and cons of each as well as the implications. Use the steps and questions to guide your thinking on how to make decisions and how to communicate when decisions are made.
1. Identify and develop
2. Align to possible scenarios
3. Consider the following:
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