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Do you use Scenario Planning or Wargaming?

Tuesday, October 22, 2019  
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SCIP is offering two workshops coming up that will focus in on these two important best practices and tools for the strategy professional


December 2 -3 – Tempe, AZ – Advanced Scenario Planning for Strategic Decision Making



  • Frameworks used in scenario planning to assist in anticipating market dynamics and disruptions
  • An understanding (through case studies and teamwork) of how the process of scenario planning works
  • A methodology and tools to develop and execute on a scenario planning process within your organization that supports executive decision making and comprehensive strategic planning efforts


December 5 – Irvine, CA – The Fundamentals of Wargaming 



  • The fundamentals of war games and how they are used in business to solve problems
  • A blueprint to create a war game: Successful ways to determine its focus, identify participants and key stakeholders, prepare briefing documents, and plan out the logistics
  • Techniques to conduct a war game: Defining the role of the facilitator, schedule of events, and how to follow up post-war game   


Attend both programs and receive a discount off your registration.  All program registration fees include a one-year membership to SCIP.



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