OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Strategic Reframing: The Oxford Scenario Planning Approach

ISBN : 9780198820666

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¥3,102
Author: 
Rafael Ramirez; Angela Wilkinson
Pages
288 Pages
Format
Paperback
Size
156 x 234 mm
Pub date
Apr 2018
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Index: 

1 Introduction: Scenario Planning - The Oxford Approach
2 Oxford Scenario Planning Approach as social process
3 Scenario Planning as a Knowledge Acquisition and Generation Process
4 Working with Scenario Planning Learners
5 How Scenario Planning Is Done: The Oxford Scenario Planning Approach in Action
6 Learning and Teaching: Scenario Planning in Executive Development
7 Conclusion: An Incomplete Guide to Scenario Planning and the Beginning of a Conversation
Appendices

About the author: 

Rafael Ramirez is Director of the Oxford Scenarios Programme and has pioneered work in organizational aesthetics; the interactive design of strategy; and how scenarios work. He was Visiting Professor of Scenarios and Corporate Strategy at Shell International 2000-2003 and Chairman of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council of Strategic Foresight. Rafael holds a PhD from the Wharton School, speaks Spanish, English and French fluently, has lived in five countries, and has worked on scenarios and futures work in some 30 countries since 1980.; Angela Wilkinson has contributed to over 100 futures studies and has directed several international multi-stakeholder scenario planning and foresight initiatives. She has over 30 years of analytical, managerial and consultancy experience, including board-level responsibility, honed in a wide range of organisations and international bodies, spanning the public and private sector. She is a member of the WEF's Global Strategic Foresight Community. Angela was Director of Futures Programmes, Smith School of Enterprise and Environment, and Director of Futures Research, James Martin Institute, University of Oxford. She spent nearly a decade in Shell's global scenario team. She has a Ph.D in Physics.

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