A Joint Two Day Event of the OR Society and
British Academy of Management
Improving Scenario Methodology: Theory and Practice
14 – 15 December 2015
Warwick Business School, Coventry
Following a very successful event at the Shell Centre, London in June of this year, this two day event will feature presentations and discussion about latest developments in academic research and practice relating to scenario analysis. It will feature speakers from a number of leading corporate practitioners of strategic foresight, as well as top academic researchers in this field.
One such speaker will be Professor Peter McKiernan, Dean of the Faculty of Management and Governance at Murdoch University in Perth (WA) and Professor of Management at Strathclyde Business School, Glasgow, Scotland.
Registration is now open, see below. Further details of the event will be updated here and on the Warwick conference website over the coming weeks.
Call for Title and Abstract submissions
To submit a title and abstract for consideration, please complete the submission form.
EXTENDED SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 30th October 2015
Call for Papers for a special issue
journal ‘Technological Forecasting and Social Change’.
This call for papers for the special issue is underpinned by the upcoming conference above.
We invite papers that focus on the scenario method in its widest sense, that document the current status of its application and use, and that analyse its future potential and prospects.
Submission deadline: 29 February 2016
Full information about the call for papers can be found here:
Main contact email address: Scenario2015@wbs.ac.uk
Registration is now open
Registration (inc VAT) £200.00
PhD student registration (inc VAT) £100.00 (10 places available)
Please click on the link below
- The registration fee of £200.00 includes beverages during breaks, lunches and the conference dinner.
- There are ten discounted places available for PhD students at the fee of £100.00 (incl. VAT).
To be considered for this rate:
Complete the registration process, selecting "request an invoice" on the payment section.
Email Scenario2015@wbs.ac.uk to advise you have registered and wish to be considered for the reduced
PhD student rate. You will be advised as soon as possible if your application is successful.
Participants may book accommodation on campus in one of WBS award winning conference centres.
Radcliffe House or Scarman House are closest to the Conference venue. Search for availability here .
Further options are listed here .
For queries about the event: please contact Scenario@wbs.ac.uk