Chapter 7. Escaping Handcuffs—How to Achieve Clarity of Constraints
Order and simplification are the first steps towards the mastery of a subject—the actual enemy is the unknown.
A good objective gives your decision a clear aim. The purpose of constraints is to further sharpen this aim with other important relevant factors.
What Is a Constraint?
By their nature, constraints limit the scope of the applicable solutions. If you miss some important issues in the definition of your decision—taking into account a clear risk, for example—you'll ...