Interactive planning – Wikipedia

Interactive planning is a concept developed by Russell L. Ackoff, an American theorist, early proponent of the field of operations research and recognized as the pioneer in systems thinking. Interactive planning forwards the idea that in order to arrive at a desirable future, one has to create a desirable present and create ways and means to resemble it. One of its unique features is that development should be ideal-oriented.[1] Interactive planning is unlike other types of planning such as reactive planning, inactive planning, and preactive planning.

Interactive planning – Wikipedia