Bad Assumption

His plan was coherent and comprehensive, and if executed properly promised to meet the team’s objectives. Yet everyone knew the plan had no chance of being executed properly, as it assumed a willingness, an active participation on everyone’s part, that simply didn’t exist. The plan was therefore like using a three-legged race as a team-building activity.  

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