Jos Motmans tells the story about a small scenario project he facilitated between October 2001 and March 2003 in Tienen a small Flemish town, dealing with prejudice and cultural diversity centred on the Roma people. The story is inspired by a mindmap he made one year after the end of the scenario project. The map represents a sunflower, (see figure 1), with a heart and seven petals. Each part stands for a theme and they are all interlinked. The heart symbolizes the project and its context. Each petal represents a role or position relevant to the project and its progress. They all have a name, the first name of the person who took this role in this scenario project. And the flower stem is the link to the fertile soil of the art of scenario thinking. As he states: ‘It is the story of synchronicity and meaning in the first scenario project I facilitated in a (living) (real) world with (living) (real) people.’Development (2004) 47, 110–114. doi:10.1057/palgrave.development.1100078
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