I remember, a few too many times, when I embarrassingly stumbled through a presentation and then kicked myself afterwards, for not being well-rounded on all aspects of implementing the idea AND for communicating badly. To fix this - I've implemented these kinds of tactics before (e.g. The Red Team), but to see this laid out strategy - from: - The Red Team - The questions you should be able to answer BEFOREHAND - To the style of the pitch ...this is good. Some of these questions, I haven't even thought about. But I'll add them to my own line of questioning. Anything that you'd like to add as a Hard 'Do' and 'Don't when someone is pitching you, or you are pitching someone else? Any experiences, the best and worst, you want to share with the group?
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