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Brattberg, E. (2012). Coordinating for contingencies: Taking stock of post-9/11 homeland security reforms. Journal Of Contingencies & Crisis Management, 20(2), 77-89.
Chakraborty, A., & McMillan, A. (2015). Scenario Planning for Urban Planners: Toward a Practitioner's Guide. Journal of the American Planning Association, 81(1), 18-29.
Eriksson, K., & McConnell, A. (2011). Contingency planning for crisis management: Recipe for success or political fantasy? Policy and Society, 30(2), 89-99.
Flanagan, T. A., & Lybarger, J. S. (2014). Four dimensions of effective public leadership: Successful public leadership amidst complexity, chaos and change (with professional content). Somerset, NJ, USA: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated.
Fukuyama, F. (Ed.). (2007). Blindside: How to anticipate forcing events and wild cards in global politics. Washington, DC, USA: Brookings Institution Press.
Kosslyn, S. M. (2007). Clear and to the point: 8 psychological principles for compelling PowerPoint presentations. Cary, NC, USA: Oxford University Press, Incorporated.
Masys, A. J. (2012). Black swans to grey swans: Revealing the uncertainty. Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal, 21(3), 320-335.
McConnell, A., & Drennan, L. (2006). Mission impossible? Planning and preparing for crisis. Journal Of Contingencies & Crisis Management, 14(2), 59-70.
Mills, H. (2007). Power Points!: How to design and deliver presentations that sizzle and sell. Saranac Lake, NY, USA: AMACOM Books.
Ogilvy, J. (2011). Facing the fold: Essays on scenario planning. Axminster, Devon, GBR: Triarchy Press.
Wade, P. A., & Wade, W. (2015). Scenario planning: A field guide to the future. Hoboken, NJ, USA: John Wiley & Sons, 2012.
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