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This easy and informative read will prove enjoyable and worthwhile.
on 4 October 2013
This book approaches Scenario Planning in a relaxed manner and explains
how simple and useful the process can be made to be. The Writer uses many
practical examples and at no stage does one feel lost either in translation
or jargon. The narrative includes a decent framework and relevant anecdotes.
While I never felt that I read anything that wasn't common sense, revolutionary
or new - I did feel that this was the books strength. The Writer shows us that
by telling sensible stories we can help prepare ourselves for the future.
He does have the ability to simplify the steps and at the same time, add a few
great nuggets to take away.
My only criticism is that my Kindle version of the book has no bibliography.
I hesitantly accept this and understand that he may be writing the book from
experience and memory. This is credible if true. Yet, I do feel there are
instances when citations would have enhanced the reader's perspective.
However, no matter how many scenario sessions the reader has facilitated or
attended, I would argue that this easy and informative read will prove
enjoyable and worthwhile. Well done Woody.