April 23, 2019
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
ASCM Headquarters (1st floor)
8430 W Bryn Mawr Ave
Chicago, Illinois 60631
About the Event
Technological advances as well as shifting economic and cultural landscapes have made identifying and planning for possible future threats increasingly difficult. Traditional planning and forecasting tools are necessary but not sufficient for these 21st century problems.
Threatcasting is a conceptual framework used to help multidisciplinary groups envision these future scenarios. It is also a process that enables systematic planning against threats ten years in the future. Using the Threatcasting process, groups explore possible future threats and how to transform the future they desire into reality while avoiding undesired futures. Threatcasting is a continuous, multiple-step process with inputs from social science, technical research, cultural history, economics, trends, expert interviews, and science fiction storytelling. These inputs inform the exploration of potential visions of the future.
The Threatcasting seminar provides managers and planners a comprehensive review of the principles and functions of Threatcasting. The presenter will give attendees a practical overview of the Threatcasting process with case studies. The presenter will also lead them through exercises to apply the process broadly and then explain how it can be applied specifically to their areas of interest.
Attend the Threatcasting seminar and learn how to:
- Understand Threatcasting and how it can be applied
- Model the future using key research vectors and data inputs
- Identify possible and probable future threats as well as the actions needed to disrupt, mitigate and recover from them
- Translate the output and raw data generated by Threatcasting into actionable next steps
Attendees will receive 7 core contact hours toward the Risk Management certificate. By earning this certificate, you demonstrate your commitment to protecting your organization from supply chain risk and your ability to balance rewards and risks in the decision-making process. To learn more, visit apics.org/risk.
Brian David Johnson
The future is Brian David Johnson's business. As a futurist he works with organizations to develop an actionable 10-15 year vision and what it will feel like to live in the future. His work is called futurecasting, using ethnographic field studies, technology research, cultural history, trend data, global interviews and even science fiction to provide a pragmatic road map of the future. As an applied futurist Johnson has worked with governments, trade organizations, start-ups and multinational corporations to not only help envision their future but specify the steps needed to get there. Johnson is currently the futurist in residence at Arizona State University’s Center for Science and the Imagination, a professor in the School for the Future of Innovation in Society and the Director of the ASU Threatcasting Lab. He is also a Futurist and Fellow at Frost and Sullivan.
ASCM Member $399
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