Foresight cards Environment enhancing (1)Purpose: Learning the different cards as an environment energizer breakComponents: The Foresight Cards“What’s in the news?"- Create 2 teams, “Fact” and “Gossip”- Both teams take 5 random cards, spread them out open on the table.The Facts Team- Create one believable story using all the cards that you could read in a newspaper.The Gossips Team- Create a story using all the cards that you could read in a tabloid magazine.Merge the stories using 5 new cardsof the deck
Foresight cards Environment enhancing (2)Purpose: Learning the different cards as an environment energizer breakComponents: The Foresight Cards“Designing your own country"Create 2 teams, “the king” and “the adversary”The Kings Team- Take 5 random cards, create your ideal country using at least 4 of the cards.- When ready tell your Adversary…- Take 3 cards, and use one to avoid conquor or chaosThe Adversarys Team- Take 3 cards- Think of a way to conquer/ to create chaos the Kings country- Put the remaining cards away and take 3 new ones.
Foresight cards Environment enhancing (3)Purpose: Learning the different cards as an environment energizer breakComponents: The Foresight Cards“Got a LINK!”- Shuffle the cards- First player turns a card around- Next player turns a card around- …- This continues until someone sees a link between the last 2 turned cards- Explain the link - When everybody agrees take the pile - When everybody disagrees continue- Play 50 cards- The player who has the most; wins the game.
Foresight cards Create your own gamePurpose: Learning the different cards as an environment energizer breakComponents: The Foresight Cards“Gamedesign”- Shuffle the cards- Look at all of them- Invent a game to learn about the environment- Select the best game- Play it.
Foresight cards Perspective of change “Reflection” - What did you/we learn?
Foresight cards Foresight Cards informationThis analysis tool helps to assess the external macro environment!The Foresight Cards contains 125 macro forces classified into the STEEP categories(social, technological, economical, environmental and political). Other known acronymsderived from STEEP are: PEST, PESTLE, STEP, STEPJE, STEEPLED, DESTEP and LEPEST. TheSTEEP acronym is well known and used all over the world as a basis for external analysis.For example the STEEP cards can be used by individuals and groups to have workshops to:• create awareness about past, current and future changes;• stress test a business model;• create a SWOT analysis;• energize;• tell a story;• discuss certain (strategic) topics;• think about systems and how external developments connect to each other;• determine key-uncertainties to create future scenarios (scenario planning);• etc. etc. etc.Check the www.foresightcards.com website for more information, to download otherworkshops and how to order the pack of cards.
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