Are we having ready plan B if plan A fails?
Do you feel the necessity to have a second plan in the wings if the first one fails? Or should we stick only to one plan, working on it repeatedly to be successful?
In real life, in government work or in company work, there are risk factors involved in every aspect of execution of a deal or contract and thus sometimes we are confronted with plan A failure and that makes us to ponder over as to how to come out of the situation. If we have a plan B to be implemented immediately, at least the work gets going and later on Plan A can be probed and modified to be implemented again.
What is your say on this ? In many major attempts of work, should we be ready with Plan B or not?