|Appears in Collections:||Management, Work and Organisation Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Learning with Scenarios: Summary and Critical Issues|
Chermack, Thomas J
learning and change strategies
|Citation:||Burt G & Chermack TJ (2008) Learning with Scenarios: Summary and Critical Issues, Advances in Developing Human Resources, 10 (2), pp. 285-295.|
|Abstract:||This issue of Advances in Developing Human Resources has discussed scenario planning as a contemporary business approach to support the strategic roles of human resource departments in organizations. Scenario planning is usually situated in the domain of strategic and business planning, yet it is increasingly considered a major organizational intervention approach to overcome organizational defensive routines and bring about learning and change in organizations.The articles in this issue bring together academics and practitioners discussing a wide range of issues concerning the theory, research, and practice of scenario planning, illuminating different applications of the method as well as some pitfalls that need to be acknowledged and considered by those wishing to use it in their organizations.|
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|Affiliation:||Management Work and Organisation|
University of Strathclyde
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