Sequelling is a military technique that will help teams to achieve greater stability and better performance through quality planning.
Sometimes the shortest path between two points isn’t a direct line.
When we embark on projects, we often assume we will start at point A and proceed directly to Z. But as leaders, we need to prepare for the unknown, especially in highly uncertain environments.
What if we don’t know what to do next, or worse yet, continue down the original path when the result won’t yield the desired value?
Once again, we can turn to the military for a proven technique. It’s called Sequelling, and it can help us evaluate various scenarios and surprises we could encounter along the path — and formulate the best response to each.