3.4.6 Test your scenario

Similar to how a Scenario is defined, there are some criteria with which to check your writing and work.

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Completeness of a scenario refers to the detail of the drivers, outcomes, assumptions, and provision of relevant background information.

Plausibility of a scenario refers to the link between the drivers and outcomes in the scenario, as well as assumptions.

Scenario context refers to the current social, economic, legal, political context, as well as history. The more context are referred, the better.

Coherence of a scenario refers to the logical flow of the argument presented in the scenario.

Order effects refers to the identification of 2nd or 3rd order effects in the scenario