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Make "flexible plans"
A common assumption is that the best-run organizations have the clearest and most detailed plans for the future. But some effective organizations make "fuzzy" plans - flexible plans that provide a general direction without committing anyone to an irrevocable course of action.
Flexible implies the plans are capable of change; able to adjust readily to different conditions; and open to change.
"To predict the future, we need logic; but we also need faith and imagination, which can sometimes defy logic itself." - Arthur C Clarke
Maneuver -- Place the enemy in a position of disadvantage through the flexible application of combat power.
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