Chapter 6. Attack Competitors’ Lock-in
How can I quickly take advantage of The Phoenix Principle? What can I do to leverage my knowledge about Defend & Extend for rapid improvement?
It’s Easier to See Problems in Others’ Success Formulas Than in Your Own
We need to understand our Success Formulas and Lock-ins—but that is hard to do. Self-analysis, even when aided by an outsider, is incredibly difficult. Lock-in removes options and focuses thinking into limited viewpoints while creating assumptions about the world built into the given Success Formula.
Lock-in configures decision-making processes so that many factors are taken for granted. We speed decision making by using assumptions we no longer review. Assumptions allow managers to quickly solve ...