Most people (except Istvan) found the process rich, intriguing and relevant, albeit very intensive. Having the scenario session at the beginning of a kick-off meeting of a European Project meant that the otherwise tedious administrative details were dealt with more playfully. The participants were more engaged in creative conversations than in conventional meetings and felt quickly connected to each other as a tightly knit community. We got to know how we work under pressure, what our assumptions are about the world we live in, what we think about the future of our project etc.
The biggest issue remains how to narrow things down to a few critical uncertainties without loosing the richness of collected internal and external change drivers.
Flow and dynamics: