Tue, April 19, 2022 10:00 A.M.
Explore the concepts of scenario planning and how to apply it to your organization with a hands-on exercise during this virtual session. Scenario Planning is a process that envisions possible future states based on today’s trends and uncertainties, but unlike strategic planning, it considers likely, as well as unlikely futures, ensuring your organization is prepared for even the most improbable outcomes. We will help you construct plausible scenarios that your organization may face in the near to medium term, anticipate the needs of the populations you serve and prepare your organization to meet the future.
This workshop is presented in partnership with RSVP VEC.
Wesley Moy holds a Ph.D., a master’s in business administration and two additional master’s degrees related to strategy. He has had strategic planning experience in the federal government and was on the corporate strategic planning staff at JP Morgan Chase & Company. Wesley received training on scenario planning from the Foreign Service Institute at the U.S. Dept. of State. He is a VEC consultant and a member of the RSVP board.
Marla Hexter has worked on large strategic programs in the intelligence community where she supported U.S. foreign policy objectives and counter-terrorism operations for over 20 years. She has been involved in numerous inter-agency initiatives and developed new approaches to old problems. With VEC for close to seven years, Marla is active in supporting VEC’s workshops and professional development programs. She is also a leadership coach.
This program is free but advance registration is required as space is limited. Please register online here. Zoom instructions will be emailed upon registration. Please note: this workshop will be recorded. All registrants will receive a link to the recording within 48 hours of the session.
Tuesday, April 19 | 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.