A pre-mortem, or premortem, is a managerial strategy in which a project team imagines that a project or organization has failed, and then works backward to determine what potentially could lead to the failure of the project or organization.[1][2] The technique breaks possible groupthinking by facilitating a positive discussion on threats, increasing the likelihood the main threats are identified.

Given the high likelihood of failure for any idea (thinking in bets), maybe a key part of the process is to figure out how to fail fastest?

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