Scenario planning: the time is now

Apr 6, 2020

Most leadership teams are working out what they must do to stay afloat during the COVID-19 crisis. Some have dusted off their business contingency plans only to discover that the identification of key personnel and critical processes, standard fare in most business continuity plans, doesn’t suffice in determining what to do when confronting a worldwide pandemic. In fact, a different kind plan, or more precisely set of plans, is required.

It’s called scenario planning.

I’ve been using scenario planning approach with clients since the mid-1990s. There has clearly been a higher demand for this kind of service among my client-base. That said, I thought it timely to offer the quick primer. I hope that you find it timely and valuable. Please don’t hesitate to reach-out, if you need additional insight into the process.

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