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Is Business Strategy a Non-Zero-Sum Game?
Ryan
I found that a ZERO-SUM GAME is a game with a clear winner and one or more clear losers. The more outcomes or results one player receives, the fewer outcomes or results are available for the other players. In other words, in zero-sum games the total benefit to all players in the game, for every combination of strategies, always adds to zero.
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