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This technique was developed by Bruce McKenzie (Australia). WindTunneling was originally designed to test strategies against a variety of plausible future events, enabling the group to modify strategies to be more resilient. For example, WindTunneling enabled a major bank to identify a massive collapse before it happened, and enabled a major company to build redundancies that enabled them to survive a “Black Swan” event.
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WindTunneling Analog Lab Total Time: 1.5 hrs
FUTURE SCENARIOS Participants: Individual/small groups (2-3 people) Materials:
sheet of paper, colored pencils/pens, sticky notes; or, use an online tool,
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