While enhancing plans through improved methodologies is a sound approach, it’s even more crucial to embrace this uncertainty and integrate it into the planning process. One acknowledged method for better preparing for this uncertainty is known as “what-if” scenario planning. This technique involves assessing various probable scenarios with the input of key stakeholders, typically employing a business model within supporting software for evaluation.
Despite the longstanding existence of this concept, there isn’t a well-defined set of guidelines for its implementation. When are the changes big enough to run a scenario? What type of changes can or should be considered? How many scenarios should be run in a planning cycle?
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About the presenter: Sujit Singh
As COO of Arkieva, Sujit manages the day-to-day operations at Arkieva such as software implementations and customer relationships. He is a recognized subject matter expert in forecasting, S&OP, and inventory optimization. Sujit received a Bachelor of Technology degree in Civil Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, and an M.S. in Transportation Engineering from the University of Massachusetts. Throughout the day don’t be surprised if you find him practicing his cricket technique before a meeting.