The tool is set in Chennai, India, and is designed as a platform for integrated governance through a facilitated dialogue between various stakeholders involved with governing Chennai. The dialogue is based on various future scenarios that each stakeholder develops and is able to negotiate with their peers.
A futures-based approach helps to improve decision-making by i facilitating the integration of diverse public institutions and collaboration between stakeholders by defining specific goals and evaluation parameters by stakeholders themselves and ii incorporating intangible data with regards their interaction and decision-making into the decision support system.
Scenario-based planning enables stakeholders to explore different situations they would like to plan for.
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It enables them to articulate their goals and constraints with respect to the functions they perform. As a result, planning outcomes can be designed that stem from policymakers themselves. To be able to do so accurately, we must capture all relevant data such as data on resource-access, control, regulation and use as well as qualitative data on interaction amongst stakeholders.
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