Strategy & Leadership: Volume 31 Issue 1

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Table of contents

Scenario planning after 9/11: managing the impact of a catastrophic event

Peter Kennedy, Charles Perrottet, Charles Thomas

Managers need a framework for assessing various kinds of risk and uncertainty that will continue to confront corporate decision makers as the 9/11 event plays out over the…

Decision‐driven scenarios for assessing four levels of uncertainty

Hugh Courtney

Some classes of scenario planning tools and techniques are designed to inform near‐term strategic decisions. In addition, some of these are more appropriate for lower…

Scenarios and strategies: making the scenario about the business

David H. Mason, James Herman

Scenario development has traditionally been an outward looking process designed to enhance awareness of potential change in the external business environment. A set of…

Competitor scenarios

Liam Fahey

Several leading companies have employed scenarios to better understand both current competitors’ potential moves as well as the possible emergence of new rivals. They have…

Using scenarios to focus R&D

Gill Ringland

This paper focuses on the role of scenarios in planning research and development (R&D). R&D programs often focus on the technology, which is relatively forecastable. But…

Cover of Strategy & Leadership

ISSN:

1087-8572

Renamed from:

Planning Review

Online date, start – end:

1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Merged from:

The Antidote

Editor:

  • Mr Robert Randall