RSM MBA 2009 Scenarios

From ScenarioThinking
Jump to: navigation, search

Scenarios

Future of China in 2030
Future of the European Union in 2030
Future of Advertising in 2020
Future of Russia in 2030
Future of Sustainability 2030

RSM MBA 2009 Final Presentations

Monday, November 2, 2009 from 18.00 - 21.30 The DTN. Prinsengracht 707, 1017 JW Amsterdam

Will Attend

Johanna Little
Gerrit Ledderhof
Gudmundur Kristjansson
Mauricio Suzuki
Guy Kedar
Hugh Malkin
Vinod Nair
Daniela Cateriano
Justin Block
Geoff Spielman
Arthur Danzi

Will not Attend

Sameer Agarwal
Maggie Zhu
Sri Hari Krishnan

Evaluation

50% Group work (final scenarios)
40% Individual work (survey, learning log, driving forces, strategic challenge)
10% Class participation (virtual and physical)

Final Scenario Evaluation Criteria

Scenarios will be considered to be of high quality if they contain the following:

  • Solid assumptions and data reasoning
  • Rich, thought-provoking ideas
  • Beyond the obvious, assumption breaking ideas
  • Scenarios that are linked to driving forces/factors
  • Scenarios, driving factors, and ideas that are relevant to the issue (and related stakeholders)
  • Scenarios with clear names
  • Logical flow with visual representations of the thought process
  • Plausible scenarios
  • Balanced scenarios (1/4, 1/4, 1/4, 1/4)--all of the scenarios should be equally likely
  • Surprising scenarios
  • Detailed stories that enable the reader to follow the logic of the thought process

Numbers that Matter

present for 5 minutes as a group a short case based on numerical analysis of an existing popular assumption of the world that will get us to rethink current barriers<br\> Challenges to Conventional Wisdom

Driving Forces

As an individual define 2 driving forces and improve 2 driving forces

Learning Log

Make a map of your learning process by picking variables
group process: group roles (interchange), advocacy-listening, who talks the most, cultural
personal development: reflexivity, emotions, difficulty
content: subjective view of possible futures, many/few, divergence/convergence, deductive thinking, inductive thinking, sites visited,

learning: key learning moments, insights

Write a less than 3000 word essay on your learning in the course

Learning Maps

Gerrit Ledderhof
Geoff Spielman
Justin Block
Gudmundur Kristjansson
Maggie Zhu
Johanna Little
Hugh Malkin
Vinod Nair
Elsa Sheng
Kay Mei Tan
Mark Pospisilik
Kensuke Murai
Guy Kedar
Daniela Cateriano
Sameer Agarwal
Chia-Wei Lee
Andrei Grigorian
Mauricio Suzuki
Yunzhu MA
Arthur Danzi

Learning Essays

Yojiro Fukaya
Sri Hari Krishnan
Chihhou Chen

Eric Lam