The Scenario Planner requires a separate license in addition to the Adobe Workfront license.
For information about the access needed to use the Workfront Scenario Planner, see Access needed to use the Scenario Planner.
The purpose of the Workfront Scenario Planner is to drive speed to execution for your organization-level plans and help you make crucial decisions that drive delivery of predictable, desired outcomes for your business.
Using the Workfront Scenario Planner, you can build enterprise-level plans that outline your company’s overall strategic outcomes. You can define several initiatives for a plan and place them in various scenarios to find the optimal solution for executing the plan.
You can use the Workfront Scenario Planner to accomplish the following:
For information about starting with the Workfront Scenario Planner, see Get started with the Scenario Planner.
The following functionality is currently included in the Workfront Scenario Planner:
Indicate what access your users should have to the Workfront Scenario Planner.
For information about granting access to the Workfront Scenario Planner, see Grant access to Scenario Planner.
Create plans to indicate the major initiatives within your organization and define the supply of people resources and budget for your plans.
For information about creating plans, see Create and edit plans in the Scenario Planner.
Add initiatives to your plans to indicate the various activities that will ultimately achieve your plans and define the demand for people resources and costs for your initiatives.
For information about creating initiatives, see Create and edit initiatives in the Scenario Planner.
When there are people or budget conflicts between your initiatives, resolve the conflicts by updating demand information on the initiatives, changing priorities, or updating supply information on the plan.
For information about resolving conflicts between initiatives, see Resolve initiative conflicts in the Scenario Planner.
Create multiple scenarios of your plan and compare them to identify the best outcome for accomplishing the plan.
For information about creating and comparing scenarios, see Create and compare plan scenarios in the Scenario Planner.
Import projects into a plan to create new initiatives.
The following project information is imported into the plan and becomes initiative information:
For information about importing projects into a plan, see Import projects to plans in the Scenario Planner.
Publish a scenario to create or update projects linked to the initiatives in the scenario.
For information about publishing scenarios, see Update or create projects by publishing initiatives in the Scenario Planner.
Share a plan with other users for better collaboration.
For more information, see Share a plan in the Scenario Planner.
Estimate or adjust the required job roles or Fixed Costs information monthly, for each month of the duration of an initiative.
For information about estimating resources for initiatives, see Resolve initiative conflicts in the Scenario Planner.