Two Boxes or Three? - Michael MamasI just published a new article on LinkedIn. It begins:

“In ninth grade algebra, the first page of my textbook had a diagram I never forgot. At the time, I didn’t understand why it struck me so deeply. But somehow I knew it was important. Looking at the diagram one way, it appeared to be a picture of two boxes stacked in a corner. Viewed another way, it appeared to be three boxes. Through the years, I’ve come to appreciate the significance of that image and how much the concept applies to business and life”…

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“What an Elusive Diagram Can Teach Us About Finding Solutions”


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