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Conference Papers Year : 2024

The relevance of foresight exercises for wine territories facing global polycrisis

Abstract

Why is it relevant for actors in a territory in crisis to carry out a foresight exercise? The actors in a territory in crisis (economic crisis, climate crisis, etc.) are collectively facing a decrease in resources and performance. Among these actors, the gap between the realities and the perception of these realities becomes more pronounced, resulting in a loss of meaning and even identity. Opportunistic strategies multiply to the detriment of the common interest. Through a participatory process, the foresight exercise is likely to bring out different contributions within the territory in crisis: the reconstruction of common shared representations, the disarmament of short-term conflicts, the exit from the dictatorship of urgency, the creation of collective strategies to proactively bring about a common future that is most favorable for all.
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hal-04562443 , version 1 (29-04-2024)

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Franck Duquesnois, Hervé Hannin, Françoise Brugière. The relevance of foresight exercises for wine territories facing global polycrisis. 20th International Conference on Business Management "Resilience and Reinvention for Sustainable Development in the VUCA world" (ICBM 2024), Feb 2024, Colombo, Sri Lanka. pp.942-967. ⟨hal-04562443⟩
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