"Leadership and Logistics"
In the end, all plans fail. None survives the chaos of war. As Napoleon recognized, it's the man in the plan who counts.
Commentator: However good the planning and skilled the planners., it gets transformed when it meets real war. And successful commanders are the people who are able to pick up a plan in difficulty, a plan which may have looked very good, and to inject into it the human spirit which is the business of the commander and to turn that plan into a project which is really going to win the battle or win the war. ("Timeline: Best Laid Plans," at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CAjSAefkvA.)