Exploring individual differences in scenario planning workshops: A cognitive style framework

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  title={Exploring individual differences in scenario planning workshops: A cognitive style framework},
  author={L. Alberto Franco and Maureen Meadows and Steven J. Armstrong},
  year={2013}
}
In recent years, scenario planning has enjoyed wide acceptance among practitioners and academics as a decision support aid in the strategy formulation process. Although different approaches to scenario planning are possible, most of them are usually deployed in a group workshop format and led by a facilitator. This work setting for scenario planning activity has led managerial cognition scholars to argue that the cognitive diversity of the workshop participants is likely to be a critical… CONTINUE READING

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