Scenario Analysis: Prepare for An Unknowable Future
Dr. Steven WhiteAssociate Professor, Tsinghua University
Dr. Steven White is Associate Professor in the Department of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Strategy of Tsinghua University’s School of Economics and Management, where he focuses on issues related to creativity and innovation, entrepreneurship and internationalization. He has also served as Associate Academic Director of Tsinghua University’s x-lab, a resource platform and ecosystem hub that brings together students, alumni, faculty and executives to develop the entrepreneurial capabilities in teams as they develop new ventures. His current research projects investigate the role of entrepreneurship in the emergence of new industry ecosystems, the evolution of China’s VC industry, and a comparison of the artificial intelligence (AI) ecosystems in China and the USA. He is also an angel investor and provides strategic advice to new ventures. He has published extensively in international journals, and each year 2015-2018 has been recognized as one of the top 20 China-based management scholars based on his publications and citations. Before joining Tsinghua, Dr. White taught at INSEAD, the China Europe International Business School and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He received his Ph.D. from MIT’s Sloan School of Management, MA from the International University of Japan, and BS from Duke University. He is a United States citizen and resides in Beijing, China.
Some of us now have to study, work, apply for work or even change jobs from our home.
How can we cope with uncertainty and prepare for an unknowable future?
Dr Steven White, Associate Professor in the Department of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Strategy of Tsinghua University will unpack the concept of scenario analysis and help us prepare for what’s to come!
Note: Unknowable is something that lies beyond the limits of human experience or understanding.
Join BeHive and Professor Steven online next Wednesday to discover Scenario Analysis and together expand your perspective, become more proactive instead of reactive, and build resilience now!
- Basic process steps of scenario analysis
- How to think out-of-the-box & expand your view of possible futures
- Guidance & tips for building resilience now
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