The development of the rural areas in Germany is striking and absolutely worth a dedicated scenario study. One of the most driving reasons for rural areas taking different alternative development paths are economic side-conditions. In order to be successful, companies need qualified professionals and executives.
ScMI is on the road again. The 2017 Scenario Management Roadshow schedule is finalized and we invite you to receive a personal and entertaining insight into the methodology of scenario creation and learn about the various benefits of Scenario-Management.
The economic forum of the ESB Business School was established in 1996 and is since than organized by ESB students. It offers public discussions on current topics in economics, politics and society. This year’s forum dealt with “The hunt for the forgotten continent – Africa on sale?“
Scenarios as maps of the future – in one way or another scenarios can be better understood if many different futures are mapped together. Consequently, ScMI provided a “map room” during their icebreaker-session at the 2016 DTIM-Conference in order to introduce the Scenario-Management approach.
On the 26th and 27th of February 2015, the fourth DTIM conference, which is the leading German speaking event concerning the topics “Foresight and Disruptive Technologies”, took place in Berlin.
ScMI AG accompanied, as exclusive partner, the German Conference for the European Women's Management Development International Network (EWMD) in Stuttgart.
How will the shipbuilding industry develop? How will the offshore sector look like? Will the price for oil have an impact on the component supplier industry for shipbuilding and offshore?
More than 40 participants visited the „Trendlab" organized by the ScMI AG to try out creating robust strategies via the way of future scenarios.