Strategic thinking and Scenario Planning for the Young Mind

Using this, the information provided in the assessment, begins to develop various frames of what WINNING would entail and what it would look like..

  • Develop awareness of the world around you, and how it is changing.
  • Gather intelligence to distinguish between certainty and uncertainty
  • Synthesize information to build scenarios.
  • Ensure effective decision-making.
  • Reflect on your own meaning of WINNING.

 

This program is delivered over 10 lessons of 45 minutes each and covers:

  • Context- The defining characteristics of your environment.
  • Scope The defining parameters of your focus.
  • Players - The people or organizations that may have an influence on you.
  • Rules of The Game - Certainties you cannot ignore.
  • Key Uncertainties - Important & unpredictable phenomena with the potential to impact you.
  • Scenarios - Plausible stories about how the future may play out.
  • Ethical Compass - The ethical framework guiding your decision-making.
  • Options - A set of informed possible choices.
  • Decisions - The process of committing to a specific option.
  • Meaning of Winning - Your definition of success.

 

“The first step toward creating an improved future is developing the ability to envision it.” – Tony Dungy