|Scenario planning for educators|
|A manager's perspective of scenario planning||Introduction and objectives | Video signpost | DEANZ Case study | e-Learning Activity: Decision-making simulation | Conclusion | FAQs|
|Dr Jane Fee reflects on scenario planning at Kwantlen Polytechnic University|
Dr Jane Fee is Deputy Provost and Associate Vice President Academic at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU). The leadership team at KPU engaged in an extensive and robust scenario planning exercise to support strategic planning at the university. The consultative development of the scenarios involved over 350 individuals and was used to help the university become more focused on the future. The aim of the scenarios was to explore what higher education would look like in the year 2042 focusing 30 years into the future.
Two axis exploring the high impact uncertainties were used to construct the scenarios:
The KPU scenarios were used to stress test the university's strategic plan and to develop internal capacity to think about the future. Jane highlights two major impacts arising from this scenario planning exercise: