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Red Teaming is a revolutionary new way to make critical and contrarian thinking part of the planning process of any organization, allowing companies to stress-test their strategies, flush out hidde...

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Military strategy for the corporate world

Red Teaming

Red Teaming

by Bryce G. Hoffman

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  • Red teaming makes critical and contrarian thinking part of your company’s planning process and gives you a set of tools and techniques that can be used to stress-test your strategy. 
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Good leaders know that there is nothing intrinsically wrong with conflict. 

Dealing with conflict lies at the heart of managing any business. As a result, confrontation—facing issues about wh...

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In a business setting, a red team will be most effective when it reports directly to the CEO and enjoys his or her full support. In practice, that will not always be possible. Red teams can still b...

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Even when red team members conduct themselves blamelessly, it can still be a challenge to get the entire organization to embrace red teaming and take the red team’s recommendations to heart.

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It is counterproductive for a red team to analyze every decision an organization makes. Constant red teaming can be stressful and demoralizing for employees who have their every move questioned and...

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A Red team cannot become a routine and should always challenge itself. It should always encourage its members to voice different perspectives and conflicting views.

Mixing up the way the team...

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A Red Team that is always wrong will never be taken seriously. Its warnings will be ignored. Its reports will go unread. Its members will lose their credibility. For that reason, red teams do need ...

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Many companies like simple solutions that do not require too much effort to implement. They prefer short-term fixes that offer immediate results, even if they do little to address the underlying pr...

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Red teaming is all about rigorous questioning and thinking unconventionally. Red teams consist of people who’ve proven to be contrarian thinkers. 

These are the three phases of a typical red ...

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  • Restating a problem and re-examining the same.
  • Encouraging writing the problem and the solution(s).
  • Dissecting an argument, which involves asking a number of questions of any a...

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