Scenario prompts 8 January 2023; the questions to ask

Ron Immink
2 min readJan 8, 2024

Scenario prompts are the first step in strategy development. Ask yourself a number of questions:

  • Does it resonate? Why?
  • It is relevant?
  • Is it a hard or soft trend?
  • Opportunity or threat?
  • Will it impact now or in the future?
  • Is the impact internal or external?
  • Who should know?
  • Does it link with other trends?
  • What are the possible scenarios? Think extreme.
  • How should we respond?

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Todays topics to consider are warp speed, transhumanism, climate tech trends, high variance management, Iron Man (JARVIS), organs on demand, inhalabzle sensors, flexible organic solar cells, the Asimov 3 rules and 40 reasons to be optimistic about 2024.

My scenario prompt for today: Consider morphological freedom as a concept

By Meddling With Spacetime Dimensions, We Could Finally Reach Warp Speed

https://www.popularmechanics.com/space/a42593019/traveling-faster-than-speed-of-light/?

A faster-than-light “observer” would take general relativity to new quantum places.

We should embrace transhumanism; our survival could depend on it

https://thehill.com/opinion/technology/4376187-we-should-embrace-transhumanism-our-survival-could-depend-on-it/

Embrace morphological freedom, a transhumanist concept that insists that everyone should have the ability to improve their bodies how they wish, so long as it doesn’t hurt others.

Five climate tech trends to look out for in 2024

https://energydigital.com/articles/five-climate-tech-trends-to-look-out-for-in-2024

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Ron Immink

Father of two, strategy and innovation specialist, entreprenerd, author, speaker, business book geek, perception pionieer. See www.ronimmink.com