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Who Saw This Coming: Why Your Organization Needs to Get on Top of Scenario Planning Sooner Rather than Later

June 2, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm EDT




This webinar will cover the basics of scenario planning so organizations can plan more effectively in the new landscape.

While we didn’t necessarily see the full disruption of this pandemic coming, we can start to imagine a range of futures taking into account finance, human resources, operations and programming. In this session, we will cover the basics of scenario planning, share helpful resources and create some limited space for you to begin considering your organizational options. The purpose is for participants to take this back to their organizations, neighborhoods and team to begin mapping out plans for the next three, nine and 18 months. We’ll touch on thoughts/considerations around scenarios for reopening in an era of continued social distancing and explore the questions that we might ask ourselves moving forward.


Keith Timko

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