"…the executive who wants to make the right decision forces himself to see opposition as his means to think through the alternatives,” Peter Drucker
One of the fundamentals of insightful scenario planning is to build unpleasant stories about the unexpected things that could make a business and/or a family fall into a negative spiral. In this context, an antagonist, a naysayer could actually become a scenario planning facilitator by raising arguments and questions that are contrary and difficult to answer. Who's your antagonist?
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What role does doubt play in your decision-making? asks this blog post about effective management and responsible leadership based on the ideas of Peter Drucker.
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