Introduction: : To get the most out of the course, you may want to read Winning in FastTime either before you start or as you progress through the lessons. When you begin to build actual strategy, you might want to refer to the Generic Grand Strategy to see examples of finished products. You will find appropriate excerpts at the end of each of the presentations that have How To videos associated with them. You will also find templates that will guide you through collecting your strategy inputs.
Red Teaming: Individuals and organizations make mistakes during planning: wrong information, bad logic, and groupthink are common. Although planning error can be reduced significantly, it is close to impossible to eliminate it entirely, thus the need for Red Teaming. Red Teaming is the process of doing an intense review of a strategy (or any plan) before putting it into execution. Its purpose is to find and fix mistakes before they become costly or worse. Don’t bypass this step!