We can't predict the future. But we can imagine it!
This immersive program, using mock-ups and storyboards, will allow participants to project themselves into the world of tomorrow and to commit to a desirable future.
TIMELINE: 3-5 days at thecamp
PARTICIPANTS: 10-40 persons from a same organization
Audience & Objectives
Senior and middle managers, company executives.
All business sectors.
→ Go beyond the confines of the organization and strategic sector thanks to fiction
→ Imagine and produce future scenarios, and the associated skills, for the organization
→ Train a team in design fiction methods
→ Provide concrete means to take strategic decisions to bring about a desirable future
Period 1 – Immersion in the Future
- Introduction to the design fiction method
- Creative and immersive workshops: mapping and co-opting the imagination, designing disruptive scenarios specific to one's business sector, converting what has been imagined into opportunities.
Period 2 – Materialization of the Scenarios
- Storyboarding of the fictions by a scribe
- Prototyping of the fictions in the FabLab
- Video-filming the scenarios
Period 3 – Reaction and Actions
- Presenting and sharing the scenarios filmed
- Itération and feedback
- “History map” and implemention plan
- Debate and recording of interactions
→ Change strategic perspective through an immersive program: the credible scenarios are staged and played out
→ Give oneself concrete ways of changing by favoring the perspectivist over the futurist angle
→ Acquire the methodology to break free of technological dogma and step outside the boundaries of reality
→ Go away with visual images of the work completed: the breakthroughs are illustrated, staged and prototyped
→ Take advantage of interaction with a supportive ecosystem of designers, artists, story writers, scribes, makers… who think the future
→ Map of the different leads to the futures imagined for your theme
→ 5 videos of prototyped scenarios
→ Storyboard of the entire session drawn by a graphic facilitator
→ Video recording and visual representations of the ideas emerging from the discussions