John Wooden, former legendary coach of UCLA basketball, was always prepared. He prepared his basketball practices prior to every practice down to the minute. He knew exactly what his team was going to do in any given practice down to the exact minute and he stuck to it. He was so good in this preparing that he could tell you exactly what his team did on a particular day for the last 10 years. Not only that, when he made the agenda for practice he looked at what he did in the past to see if he could improve that days practice.
Wooden perfected as close as anyone on the art of leadership and maximum performance for the teams he led. Can we use some of his examples in preparation to improve our own team's performance.