Back to the Drawing Board
When teams panic in the face of adversity, they enter into a cycle that traps them in an ineffectiveness loop. When panic derails a team’s plan which results in failure, the original plan usually takes the whole blame for the failure. When that plan is blamed, the team usually abandons it forever as a flawed plan and then they go back to the drawing board. Panic then has a devastating result that limits learning and the deeper development of team processes. It takes discipline to develop a flawed plan beyond failure with learning that brought awareness to the flaw.