Scenario Planning: Confident decision-making in certainty & uncertainty
November 11 @ 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM EST
Scenario planning is a critical skill for effective decision-making and planning for both better and worse times. COVID-19, society’s response to racial inequity, and a year of natural disasters has exposed organizations’ vulnerabilities and emphasized the need for nonprofit organizations to be prepared to quickly generate, evaluate, adjust, and select alternative ways of operating in crisis or in opportunity.
This program aims to equip nonprofit leaders with data, framework, and tools to mentally and operationally prepare for difficult decisions, redirection, or the unforeseen through hands-on scenario-planning exercises.
This session will feature guest panelists and will be facilitated by the Johnson Center’s Mandy Sharp Eizinger and Jeff Williams.
This workshop will cover:
- Defining and understanding scenario planning and its role in effective management including in times of crisis
- Applying through practice hands-on, scenario-planning exercises that demonstrate the impact of financial and programmatic shifts
- Leveraging tried-and-true tools and peer-organization takeaways to apply to your work
Facilitators: Mandy Sharp Eizinger and Jeff Williams
Deadline to Register: Tuesday, November 10
This workshop will be a live, interactive experience. It will not be recorded or available to registrants after the end of the live session.