Visualising the enemy
We learn and understand through seeing, and in this rapidly changing environment, imagery has immense power to help visualise and interpret this deeply unsettling time and future unknowns.
So we start this session with visualising our enemy. The team members have to use there phantasy. This is the best way to start “thinking like the enemy”. The teams discuss the details of the enemy. How does it look like? And Why?
The team members present there visualisation to the other teams.
How to succeed by thinking like the enemy
The teams crawl into the skin of their organization’s most important (or most surprising) opposing force / competitor.
They then attack their own organization from the perspective of this chosen “enemy”. No one knows the vulnerabilities of their company better than the own staff members and they use this knowledge to the max.
They then design their attack plans and present them to the other teams.