The Power & Utilities sector is in transformation. Decision-making is dominated by high levels of uncertainty in the business environment.
Scenario planning can assist leaders in making decisions more future-proof; but what are the current practices in scenario planning methodology, and how can decision makers apply these new corporate foresight tools and techniques in order to help develop a future-proof organization?
In this, the third in our series of webcasts in the lead-up to KPMG’s Power and Utilities Conference 2014, Dr Heiko von der Gracht, Head of the Think Tank for Futures Management for the Institute of Corporate Education e.V (INCORE) will be exploring some of the possibilities that could dramatically affect the long-term future of the energy sector in Europe, as well as some of the current trends in strategic foresight in general. He will give a preview of the forthcoming study on future energy scenarios: “Energy – Quo Vadis”, including what some of the possible long-term energy scenarios could look like and what impact they might have on the Power & Utilities industry sector in Europe.
To find out more, please join us for what promises to be an exciting and challenging webcast on 16 September, and register now to join Heiko as he hosts a panel discussion on “Thinking the Unthinkable – Disruptions, wildcards, and discontinuities for the energy sector.” in the Global Power & Utilities Conference in London on 7 October 2014.
This is the third webcast of our three webcast series in support of KPMG’s Global Power & Utilities Conference 2014. Register for the other two webcasts here: