RTT PreMortem Analysis
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn one of the most powerful Red Team Thinking tools.
Join us for the master class in PreMortem Method of Risk Assessment led by Dr. Gary Klein, the pioneering cognitive psychologist who created this game-changing technique, and Bryce G. Hoffman, the bestselling author who has been sharing it with companies around the world. They will teach you how to use PreMortem to gain an understanding of the ways in which your strategies and plans could fail so that you can dramatically increase the odds of their success.
This is practical, hands-on training that will teach you everything you need to know to begin using PreMortem in your organization right away.
"Really enjoyed it and was able to apply lessons within three hours of completing the course."
– Andrew Blades, Australia
Who is this for?
This workshop is for decision makers and planners who want to develop and execute more effective strategies in today’s complex and rapidly changing world.
What will I gain?
You will leave the class with a thorough understanding of the PreMortem method and the ways you can use it to make better business decisions.
RTT PreMortem Analysis
August 3-4, 2020
10am - 1:00pm PDT
1pm - 4:00pm EDT
6pm - 9:00pm BST
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This is a live course that will be delivered virtually over 2 x 3.5 hr sessions through the ZOOM video conferencing platform and MURAL collaboration tool. You will be provided links to both application and will need a stable internet connection capable of supporting livestreaming of both audio and video.
NOTE: The course fee is in US$. While this course is being offered from California, anyone can participate, regardless of the location. The times for this course are listed as PDT.
Red Team Thinking is the world’s leading provider of decision support red teaming for business. In fact, our president literally wrote the book on red teaming. Powered by a cadre of military-trained red team leaders and business strategists, we help companies of all sizes become disruptors in their industries, rather than one of the disrupted. And we can do the same for your business.
Dr. Gary Klein, Ph.D
President, ShadowBox LLC
Dr. Klein has authored Sources of Power: How People Make Decisions, and four other books plus three co-edited volumes, and is known for the cognitive models he described, such as the Recognition-Primed Decision (RPD) model, the Data/Frame model of sensemaking, the Management By Discovery model of planning in complex settings, and the Triple Path Model of Insight. He developed methods including the PreMortem method of risk assessment, techniques for Cognitive Task Analysis, the ShadowBox training approach, and also pioneered the Naturalistic Decision Making movement in 1989. Dr. Klein has decades of work experience in dozens of work domains, including military, healthcare, and emergency response.
Bryce G. Hoffman
Bestselling Author & President, Red Team Thinking LLC
Bryce is a bestselling author, speaker and strategic advisor, as well as the founder and president of Red Team Thinking. In 2015, he became the first civilian to graduate from the U.S. Army’s red team leader training program. He then worked with companies around the world to develop a model for business red teaming, which he shared in his 2017 book, Red Teaming: How Your Business Can Conquer the Competition by Challenging Everything. His first book, American Icon: Alan Mulally and the Fight to Save Ford Motor Company, has become a manual for CEOs looking to transform their corporate culture. Bryce has taught these tools and techniques to companies around the world, including Verizon, JPMorgan, Delta Air Lines, Huawei and Roche, and he regularly appears on television and radio news programs internationally. Prior to founding Red Team Thinking, Bryce spent 22 years working as a financial journalist for newspapers across the U.S. He also teaches red teaming at the University of California, Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.
"An essential tool and far too little known in the business world."
– Christian Schmidt, Germany