Strategic planning in a time of change

In times of turbulence, uncertainty increases dramatically, and the planning horizon shrinks. Classical planning methods no longer work because they essentially treat the future as the past, only slightly better or worse. The alternative is strategic planning using a scenario approach, intuitive techniques and chaos theory.


Together with the top team we draw scenarios for the future
  • What are the most positive and most negative developments that can happen in the market and in the world?
  • What awaits our company/project in the worst and most beautiful scenarios?
  • What does a realistic future look like?
Creating the influence factors matrix
  • Identifying systemic factors of influence
  • Determine the impact degree of each of the factors and its exposure to influence
  • Prioritizing and identifying key factors
Preparing action plans for each factor
  • Setting realistic measurable goals for each of the key factors
  • Drawing up lists of activities
  • Prioritizing, selecting those responsible, fixing deadlines
Tracking plans fulfilment
  • Monitoring plans quarterly
  • Discussing problems and removing obstacles
  • Making adjustments if necessary


  • The business/project roadmap is prepared taking into account the key influence factors;
  • The main risks and opportunities are transformed into detailed action plans with priorities, deadlines and responsible persons;
  • You make the most of the expertise and creativity of the top team, ensure their involvement and responsibility for the result;
  • You master the unique methodology of long-term planning, that works even in conditions of maximum uncertainty.