Pretending that a success or failure has already occurred—and looking back and inventing the details of why it happened—seems almost absurdly simple. Yet renowned scholars including Kahneman, Klein, and Karl Weick supply compelling logic and evidence that this approach generates better decisions, predictions, and plans. Their work suggests several reasons why.
— Bob Sutton, Scaling Up Excellence: Getting to More Without Settling for Less via Shane Parrish
Nice to have my ideas validated by a Nobel prize winner!