Simple and light equals freedom, agility and mobility

The latest post on the Small Team Tactics is up.

We talk about the importance of having a small, easy to adapt team.

You don’t need a big team to be successful. You need the right team for that. The right people can perform at a higher level and be tasked with multiple things. Having a small team means it can adapt faster, that momentum can be stopped if necessary: if a 180 degree plan B needs to be executed then the team will not be crashed.
Big teams committed to a plan are harder to adapt. Their weight alone will make this almost impossible. Think about SOF teams, they are small and agile. There is a reason for that.