Exploring the Boundaries of Boxes: Playing With Them and Within Them - David Gouthro

James Carse describes a finite game as one that is played for the purpose of winning, while an infinite game is played for the purpose of continuing the play. The finite game is played within boundaries (metaphorical or actual), while the infinite game plays with boundaries. To help their organizations succeed in an ever changing future, practitioners will need to develop the desire and courage to play with real and perceptual boundaries that are currently seen as restrictive, unmovable and unchallenged.



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