After a project ends, team members often reflect on what worked, and what did not, something known as post-mortem documentation.
What is often overlooked is a pre-mortem exercise where a team uses visualization and second-level thinking to imagine the various scenarios which could lead to failure and then work backwards, using prospective hindsight.
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