Nardia Haigh is a leader in teaching executives and students how to use scenario planning to address the long-term implications of climate change, and how to develop strategies and business models that address large-scale social and environmental issues. She has published research on these issues, consulted with companies about them, and her work has been cited in news and online outlets such as The Guardian, Ideas for Leaders, and Management INK. She has a forthcoming book on scenario planning for climate change, to be published with Routledge.
Nardia is an Associate Professor of Management at the University of Massachusetts Boston. She completed her Ph.D. in business management at the University of Queensland Business School, in Brisbane, Australia.
The manuscript for Scenario Planning for Climate Change: A Guide for Strategists is with my editor at Routledge!
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