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Tom Wambeke about Scenario Planning as a Methodology

Tom Wambeke has published a blog post on the ITC-ILO staff blog in which he refers to the scenario planning workshop that was done in Berlin. He has uncovered some good extra resources about scenario thinking and planning as a methodology. Well worth taking a look.

Webinar: The Learning Organization in Four Different Futures

When we facilitated the work on Learning Scenarios at the Business Educa in Berlin we promised we would organize a webinar a few months after the workshop in which we would try to assess what has been done with the scenario work and where we would try to take a collective next step. Willem Manders and Hans de Zwart will host the following virtual event:

The Learning Organization in Four Different Futures
April 5, from 16:30 to 17:30 CET (click here to convert this time to your own timezone)

Please post of comment on this blogpost and fill in your email address (it will not be displayed on the blog nor used for any other purposes) if you would like to receive an invite with the details of how to connect to the session and more information about what we will be doing there.

Jay Cross on the Learning Scenarios in Chief Learning Officer

Jay Cross has written a column on page 16 of the April issue of Chief Learning Officer magazine:

Jay Cross' column in Chief Learning Officer

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Introduction to the Berlin Learning Scenarios

With a little help from Fusion Universal we now have a short video explaining the work have done on the scenarios so far. Comments are welcome!

A transcript is available too.

Summary of chat2lrn session inspired by the scenarios

Chat2lrn hosted a Twitter based chat on with a few questions based on the learning scenarios. The summary of the discussion has now been posted online. It gives a great overview of the richness of the discussion:

Most participants of the #chat2lrn placed their employer in the Old Boy category. Many aiming towards the In-Crowd category. Smaller businesses and entrepreneurs were most often placed in the In-Crowd category. Several remarked that the nature of the client organisations they dealt with, dictated how they themselves worked and communicated. Few mentioned the “big data” or “quantified self” categories, which some thought ironic considering the current focus on data gathering and measurement. It was also argued that many businesses in the old boy network, would claim differently

Read the full summary on the chat2lrn website (and make sure to check out their next discussion!).

A relevant tweet from @chat2lrn

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