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Conference Presentations

Some of the presentations from the conference are now available.
Please refer to the schedule for details below - click on the hyperlinks to retrieve the presentation. Presentations will continue to be uploaded as they are received.

The conference handbook is available here

Title First name Surname Title of submission Day Sess Str Page Comments
Dr Ronald Bradfield The Critical Role of Facilitation in the Scenario Development Process MON 1 A 10 Cancelled
  Yasser Bhatti Using Live Cases to Learn Scenario Planning MON 1 A 11  
Miss Celine Bout Exploring the Range of Data Inclusion by Energy Scenarios for Denmark, Ireland and UK since the EU 2009 Renewable Energy Directive – Focus on the Wind Energy Sector MON 1 B 13  
Dr Raul Trujillo-Cabezas Using Hybrid Simulation Approach to Develop a Regional Behavioral Analysis (RBA) Framework to Improve the Scenario Design Methodology MON 1 B 14  
Dr Laurent Bontoux Using Scenarios for Policy Making at EU Level MON 2 A 15  
Prof Martin Rhisiart From Foresight to Impact? The 2030 Future of Work Scenarios MON 2 A 16 Cancelled
Dr Mark Winskel Exploring UK Energy System Scenarios: a Comparative Analysis MON 2 A 17  
Dr Fabrice Roubelat Connecting Ephemeral and Sustainable Futures in Scenario Design. Theoretical Issues and Lessons from the Defence Field MON 2 B 18  
Dr. Richard Lum Theory-driven Scenario Development: Using Theories of Change and Stability to Anchor and Differentiate Alternative Futures MON 2 B 19  
Mr Matti Minkkinen Process Tracing as a Basis for Issue-based Scenarios: The Case of the General Data Protection Regulation MON 2 B 20  
Dr Totti Könnölä Success Scenarios of Personal Health Systems MON 3 A 21 Moved to 2A
Prof Dana Mietzner Anticipation and Visualisation of Regional Developments – How Scenarios can be Supportive in Strategic Decision Making MON 3 A 22  
Dr Graham Willis Applying scenario methods to health and social care workforce planningApplying scenario methods to health and social care workforce planning MON 3 A 23  
Prof. Dr. Martin Moehrle What Weblogs Reveal about Qualitative Key Factors in Scenario Studies MON 3 B 24  
Ms. Victoria Kayser Web-based Scenario Development: Process Improvements MON 3 B 25  
Dr Wendy L Schultz Stitching Scenarios from Distributed Fragments: a Crowdsourced Approach to Scenario-building MON 3 B 26  
Prof. Dr. Jan Oliver Schwarz Adding the Competitive Dimension to Scenario Planning: Combining Scenarios with Business War Gaming MON 4 A 27  
  Sirkka Heinonen Testing Transformative Energy Scenarios through CLA gaming MON 4 A 28  
Mr Will McDowall Exploring Constructive Conflict in Scenario Development MON 4 A 29  
Dr Jonas Hoffmann Using Scenarios to Explore Temporalities in Fashion MON 4 B 30  
  Maureen Meadows Reflecting on the use of social media within a scenario planning project MON 4 B 31  
Mr Sotirios Levakos Exploring the Role of Systems Thinking in Scenario Building TUES 5 A 32  
Mr Michel Leseure A Strategic Mapping Approach to Regional Scenario Planning: Offshore Renewable Energy in the Channel TUES 5 A 33  
Dr Martin Kunc Integrating Scenarios with the Resource-based View of the Firm: An Exploratory Study. TUES 5 A 34  
Dr James Derbyshire ‘Potential Surprise’ as a Theoretical Framework for Scenario Planning TUES 5 B 35  
Dr. Rebecca Wayland The Function of Paradigms in Scenario Methodology TUES 5 B 36  
Mr Ahmad Mahdeyan Origin Ontology of Future Scenario's Idea TUES 5 B 37 Cancelled
Prof George Burt Participant Disposition, Equivocality and Readiness to Benefit from Scenario Planning TUES 6 A 38  
Ms. Ricarda Scheele Rethinking Plausibility: Empirically Analysing External Judgments on Different Qualitative Scenario Formats TUES 6 A 39  
Prof Gerard Hodgkinson Exploring the Social, Political and Cognitive Dynamics of Scenario Planning Interventions: A Critical Incident Study TUES 6 A 40  
Prof Ted Fuller Relationships with our Futures: Anticipation, Post Normality and Scenarios TUES 6 B 42  
Mr Arafet Bouhalleb Scenario Planning: Proposal for a Measurement Scale Based on the Paradigm of Churchill (1979). TUES 6 B 43  
Dr Efstathios Tapinos Sensemaking in Scenario Planning TUES 6 B 44  
Prof Brad MacKay Refining the Intuitive-logics Approach to Scenario Planning: The Case of the Future of the UK and Scotland TUES 7 A 45  
Prof George Wright Producing "effective" scenarios: an evaluation of both the basic Intuitive Logics method and recent developments of that methodProducing "effective" scenarios: an evaluation of both the basic Intuitive Logics method and recent developments of that method TUES 7 A 46  
Dr E. Anders Eriksson Scenario Systems for Addressing Planning Situations: the Case of Scenario-contextualised Analysis TUES 7 B 47  
Dipl.-Geogr. Sigrid Prehofer Theory-based and (more) Systematic Scenario Factor Definition and Selection TUES 7 B 48 Cancelled
Prof Dilek Önkal Testing the Effectiveness of Scenario Generating Techniques: Forecasting Outcomes of the Refugee Crisis TUES 8 A 49  
PhD Simone Di Zio The Real-Time Spatial Delphi: Fast Convergence of Expert Opinions on the Territory TUES 8 A 50  
Mr. Matthew Spaniol Multiple Tools and Scenario Use TUES 8 B 51  
Dr Riccardo Vecchiato Embedding Real Options in Scenario Planning: A New Methodological Approach TUES 8 B 52