Very interesting talk from earlier this month on Stanford’s Ecorner. This is Randy Komisar, of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, as part of a one-hour talk built around his book Getting to Plan B.
That’s a two-minute piece. Interestingly enough, it was followed immediately by an additional one-minute piece, called the Benefits of Mapping Plan A. That’s also important.
Well, I think Plan A does not works exactly as we think it but it is going to be changing and adapting itself to the main goal. That’s not exactly a plan B.
In the other hand, It’s good to think about Plan B if the Plan A with all the alternatives fails.