Nobody likes change, even if that change has no material impact on us. With change comes uncertainty and the need to adapt. This is why static planning has been so difficult for companies to let go of because it is a stable form of planning. Unfortunately, we now live in a world where that luxury of stability no longer exists, and we must have the flexibility and agility to adapt to increasing uncertainty. Now, companies must start transitioning to dynamic planning. The ability to communicate within teams and across departments is vital to the success of implementing and executing dynamic planning.