Well, I have tried to find the answer to that question myself, it is tricky. But here is what I have found out.
Scenario methodology, the one that I use in my book Stop Nobody Move, is actually a pretty old “discipline”. Even taking us back to the 1970s and Shell. But it seem to have been a bit forgotten today. Is it then reasonable to expect a revival?
Yes, it actually is true, if you believe that the Spanish crown should have given him what he was promised. Check out the footnotes in the last chapter of the book Stop Nobody Move and get the whole story behind. But why am I then so obsessed with him? Or, am I? Well, here is the answer.
As all cases: most likely it has limits. However: It seems to be “the” industry at this moment that really have gone through disruption “all the way”, and not all industries (yet?) have done that. Therefor I do seriously believe we can learn tremendously lot from it, not the least, if digging deeper into it than most people seem to have done. But here is some more about this Q.
What is actually the point with a book-title like “Stop Nobody Move”? Well, here is the answer.