Thursday, January 2, 2020
“Adapting is readjusting a failed plan. Planning to adapt is anticipating readjusting a failed plan.”
– Patrick Mulloy –
How do you win in a complex and uncertain environment? This essential question has preoccupied military planners for centuries and one military theorist answers the question with the idea of “descriptive planning.” Descriptive planning involves scenario planning, forecasting and less attention to detail which allows its adherents to adapt quickly and remain nimble. To learn more, Click here for the article Penetrate Uncertainty: Descriptive Planning in a Complex Tactical Environment and as you craft your next plan consider making it a descriptive one.