Most strategy theory makes an unstated assumption – that it is about how you manouevre in a situation that more or less stays the same. Like in chess, getting your pieces to a commanding position in the centre of the board. Or in military strategy, getting control of a hill commanding a vital mountain pass.
But what do you do if the board, or the terrain, or the strategic landscape, just keeps changing and there is no fixed position you can secure and defend? You need a different way The video explains one very powerful approach.