The intentional cultivation of serendipity.Serendipity means something like a pleasant surprise. Basically, it means that good things we cannot anticipate perfectly now are likely to emerge and we should help those along.
Conversely, bad things we can't anticipate now are likely to emerge that we have to fight.
As Hamlet said, "The readiness is all."
And that, Gentle Reader, is worth more than all the energy squandered in so-called "strategic plans."
The best plan in a radically uncertain world is to have a strategy, preferably a robust one that gives you options for best-, worst-, and medium- case scenarios. Anything else is garbage.