26 March, 2013 | (01 hr)

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Join us for this webcast as our panelists discuss what scenario planning is and how it can be a useful tool for strategic development and capability building. Scenario planning provides an approach and set of tools to expose the broad strategic risks enterprises may not be paying enough attention to,  as well as help in developing specific contingencies to proposed strategy.   Attendees will learn some of the basic principles of scenario planning and the value it can provide in the planning process.

the key questions that will be addressed:

  • What are some of the key elements to consider when developing a scenario planning exercise?
  • Where is scenario planning best applied: at a division, department, or enterprise level?
  • After we’ve been through a scenario planning exercise, then what?
  • What kind of risk indicators and ongoing processes are required to ensure that companies can respond quickly and effectively as scenarios play out differently than expected?

 

Who should attend

ERM leaders, Strategy Executives, Business Unit leaders, Strategic Workforce Planning Executives; Managers and Executives who have a role in planning 

Speakers

Matt Ranen

Matt Ranen
Specialist Leader, Monitor Deloitte
GBN

Matt holds an MBA from Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management and a B.A. in applied math from Harvard University.

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Ellen Hexter

Ellen Hexter (Moderator)
Senior Advisor, Enterprise Risk Management
The Conference Board

Ellen Hexter is senior advisor, enterprise risk management at The Conference Board. She has served on the faculty of The Conference Board Directors’ Institute and worked with boards to provide director training in risk management practices a... Full Bio

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