- used to identify an organization’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as its opportunities and threats.
- the name of the strategy you use to actively slow down and sabotage your competitor’s ﬂywheels.
- the result of a company’s efforts to gather and analyze information about its industry, business environment, competitors, and competitive products and services.
- a technique used entirely for visualization purposes, to envision the impact of forces and friction on a ﬂywheel.
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