Competing to Win Managing for the Long Game 5.3.222
From Emmett Simmons
In a finite game, there is a clearly defined end point and there are winners and losers. In an infinite game, all parties are working to keep the game in play. There are no winners or losers, but rather those that drop out of the game due to a lack of will or resources to continue playing.
James P. Carse (1986)
This event will provide multiple perspectives on what it means, from an acquisition management perspective, to play a long game with strategic adversaries like China, Russia, North Korea, and Iran. Learn ways we can plan for the future, adapt to change, and position ourselves to deal effectively with whatever challenges come up.