Seven rules describing areas of strategic opportunity with no dominant defects.
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This article explains that ground from is a very useful key to evaluating the potential of opportunities, but not all ground has a distinctive form. This can be a problem. We can know how to evaluate and pursue opportunities on unequal, fast-changing, and uncertain ground. However, what do we do when the ground isn't dominated by any one of these forms? There is a danger in using the same rules for evaluating form on less-defective, less distinguished ground.