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Joined: September 23, 2011
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I actually think worse-case is the better usage when describing all possible outcomes. One could say "The worst-case scenario is that we don't meet sales projections"But that can easily be topped by "Actually, the worst-case scenario is that we don't meet sales projections and we all get fired."You can easily see how its not really possible to define a "worst-case" scenario from all possible outcomes as the list of negative effects can continue to grow.Now if you are picking from a limited set of scenarios then I would agree that worst-case outcome is feasible.
September 23, 2011, 9:14am
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