Strong Distractors often adversely influence direction of change increment Strong Product Execution ↗ as∑Strong Distractors approaches 0. Easier to Avoid (Stuff on the Right):
Viral Trends are others’ Strong Attractors
Universalism is Logistically Naive
Knockoffs reduce R&D Effectiveness
Orphans are caused by Idle Change Engines
Harder to Avoid (Stuff on the Left):
Bad Deals have lots of Technical Debt
Executive Mandates often Unavoidable
Emerging Tech breeds Zombie Outbreak
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