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[http://scenariothinking.org/wiki/images/b/b9/The_future_of_the_Mobile_Internet_in_Europe_2007_Niall_Murphy_Daniel_Erasmus.pdf The Future of the Mobile Internet in Europe 2007] by Niall Murphy
 
[http://scenariothinking.org/wiki/images/b/b9/The_future_of_the_Mobile_Internet_in_Europe_2007_Niall_Murphy_Daniel_Erasmus.pdf The Future of the Mobile Internet in Europe 2007] by Niall Murphy
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[http://scenariothinking.org/wiki/images/d/d5/A_Common_Language_for_Strategy_Daniel_Erasmus.pdf A Common Language for Strategy] by [http://www.danielerasmus.com Daniel Erasmus]
  
 
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==Useful Resource==

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The results of the scenario development process can be used to obtain a set of general business objectives for the corporation. After the scenario process, other strategy development process can begin, aiming at making use of the scenarios to adapt or radically change the business planning.


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Newly Uploaded Articles by Daniel Erasmus and the DTN

The Future of the Mobile Internet in Europe 2007 by Niall Murphy

A Common Language for Strategy by Daniel Erasmus

Useful Resource

'Using Scenarios to Develop Strategy A case study
Making the Future Visible: Psychology, Scenarios, and Strategy An article by Hardin Tibbs from GBN
Scenarios and Strategy On the value of separation A white paper that provides a different point of view on scenarios and strategy
Scenarios and Strategies for an Extended Producer Responsibility System From the Swedish Morphological Society

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