Starting the Scenario Planning Process

Starting the Scenario Planning Process
Create interview questions for a leader or subject matter expert in the nonprofit or government organization you have selected for your Final Project, and provide the following:
•Provide the position of the leader or subject matter expert you interviewed and explain why you chose this person.
•Describe other key players you would interview in your organization and/or community as part of a scenario planning process, and explain why.
•Provide a list of 5–8 questions that you asked this individual and the answers you obtained during the interview.
•Describe the driving forces you observed in the leader or subject matter expert you interviewed.

Readings
Readings
•Watson, R., & Freeman, O. (2012). Futurevision: Scenarios for the world in 2040. Victoria, Australia: Scribe. ?Chapter 7, “Futurevision: The Role of Foresight” (pp. 167–184)
?Chapter 8, “The Scenario-Planning QUEST: Introducing the Four Stages” (pp. 185–223)
?Chapter 9, “Developing Framing Questions: The First Stage” (pp. 224–242)
?Chapter 10, “Examining Environmental Influences: The Second Stage” (pp. 243–282)

•National Intelligence Council. (n.d.). Global trends. Retrieved September 24, 2015, from https://www.dni.gov/index.php/about/organization/national-intelligence-council-global-trends
•Chakraborty, A., & McMillan, A. (2015). Scenario planning for urban planners: Toward a practitioner’s guide. Journal of the American Planning Association, 81(1), 18–29.
Retrieved from the Walden University Library databases.

•Wade, P. A., & Wade, W. (2015). Scenario planning: A field guide to the future [ebrary version]. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Retrieved from the Walden University Library databases.
?Chapter 2, “How-To” (pp. 26–63)
Create interview questions for a leader or subject matter expert in the nonprofit or government organization you have selected for your Final Project, and provide the following:
•Provide the position of the leader or subject matter expert you interviewed and explain why you chose this person.
•Describe other key players you would interview in your organization and/or community as part of a scenario planning process, and explain why.
•Provide a list of 5–8 questions that you asked this individual and the answers you obtained during the interview.
•Describe the driving forces you observed in the leader or subject matter expert you interviewed.

Readings
Readings
•Watson, R., & Freeman, O. (2012). Futurevision: Scenarios for the world in 2040. Victoria, Australia: Scribe. ?Chapter 7, “Futurevision: The Role of Foresight” (pp. 167–184)
?Chapter 8, “The Scenario-Planning QUEST: Introducing the Four Stages” (pp. 185–223)
?Chapter 9, “Developing Framing Questions: The First Stage” (pp. 224–242)
?Chapter 10, “Examining Environmental Influences: The Second Stage” (pp. 243–282)

•National Intelligence Council. (n.d.). Global trends. Retrieved September 24, 2015, from https://www.dni.gov/index.php/about/organization/national-intelligence-council-global-trends
•Chakraborty, A., & McMillan, A. (2015). Scenario planning for urban planners: Toward a practitioner’s guide. Journal of the American Planning Association, 81(1), 18–29.
Retrieved from the Walden University Library databases.

•Wade, P. A., & Wade, W. (2015). Scenario planning: A field guide to the future [ebrary version]. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Retrieved from the Walden University Library databases.
?Chapter 2, “How-To” (pp. 26–63)

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