This work addresses the ability of an agent to not have to adapt to change; but rather force others to adapt, by manipulating the environment. This implies ability to influence others and ability to ignore their interests and actions. To this end, in selected aspects, the Situational Strategic Planning (PES) as formulated by Carlos Matus in his book 'Goodbye, Mr. President' (MATUS, 1996) with teachings by Miyamoto Musashi in the work 'Gorin No Sho' (MUSASHI, 1992). Epistemologically the work is conducted by the vision underlying the evolution of the concept approached as object. As a method of investigation, the bibliographical research of seminal works was privileged. The text is structured in four sections. The Presentation raises the question to be addressed in the article, the methodology and the limits and expectations of results. The Introduction places the reader on the object to be addressed in the main section. The following section Calculation and Interactive Situation constitutes the development of the argumentation and precedes the Final Considerations that closes the exposure of the proposed reasoning. The bibliographic references close the work.