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Scenario Planning & Option Analysis - Intensive workshops in Singapore and Malaysia

Thursday 16 July 2009

The Asia Business Forum has engaged Strategic Futurist Marcus Barber to conduct two Scenario Planning & Option Analysis workshops in September in Malaysia and Singapore

The intensive two day programs are ideal for senior managers, directors and board members looking to gain greater insights into ways to understand the nature of change and how to prepare their organisations for a shifting operating environment.

The Asia Business Forum is one of the leading providers of high-end organisational training.

The program in Singapore will take place on the 7th and 8th of September at the Royal Plaza on Scotts Hotel.  The brochure and booking information can be downloaded here

The program in Malaysia will take place on the 9th and 10th of September at the JW Marriott Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.  The brochure and booking information can be downloaded here

Marcus Barber is delighted to be involved with this program.  "It is a great honor to be asked by the Asia Business Forum to conduct these workshops on their behalf - they have an excellent reputation for world class programs.  I'm looking forward to working with some of Malaysia's and Singapore's smartest executives and organisational leaders and work with them to show that if they are more fully aware of events that might happen, they are better able to prepare for what will happen - the positive outcomes for their organisations are extensive."


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