Check out Plan A (or B, C, D) by firstname.lastname@example.org. Here is an excerpt:
There is always Plan A: “Do nothing”
This is actually different from “do no harm”; do-no-harm could be Plan B
Following that theme, sticking with Plan A could actually be harmful … thus, Plan B could be not only less harmful but also could be essential for limiting harm
So, presume there…
The full article is available here.