Thursday, June 16, 2011

The Possible Truth of Our Strategic Being

Is the competition gene embedded in us? ...

Having it is not enough. To properly compete, it begins with a process. ... A process that integrated the assessed intelligence to the plan and then to the action of influence. You can read more about the process by clicking on this link.

Idealistically, it is important to have the right order of resources, relationships, intelligence, economics, logistics, etc. ...

Occasionally, one's position does not always have the right order of essentials for that moment . Processing the act of adjusting, adapting, enduring and evolving is the only alternative.

"As you know, you go to war with the Army you have. They're not the Army you might want or wish to have at a later time." - Donald Rumsfeld.

Compass Rule: Read the Big Tangible Picture (BTP) before deciding on a strategic move.

Summary: When one's back is against the wall, one must adjusts and evolves while never losing track of their goal and their settings.

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