Decision-Making Best Practice 16 – Identify the Worst that Could Happen

StrategyDriven Decision Making ArticleDecisions put individuals and organizations at risk. Leaders feel compelled to make some decisions while others appear to be optional. Regardless of necessity, decision-makers should seek to identify the worst possible outcomes a choice can bring to enable mitigation preparation or to seize upon the opportunity.


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StrategyDriven highly recommends programmatically embedding best and worst case scenario planning within organizational processes. This perspective is expounded upon in the StrategyDriven Strategic Planning article, Planning for the Best and the Worst.

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