What makes a “Just Cause” a necessity in an infinite game

A “just cause”as defined by Simon Sinek in “The Infinite Game” is a specific vision of the future state that does not yet exist; a future state so appealing that people are willing to make sacrifices in order to help advance toward that vision.

Such a vision aims at benefits for others in mind without being selfish minded.

Such a vision makes hiring easier wherein passionate people in line with this vision can be onboarded to advance the vision.

Such a just cause makes the people give their blood sweat and tear on being inspired by the broad purpose.Hence a “just cause” is a pre-requiste for survival in an infinite game.

Published by dipsviewpoints

Tech geek , food gourmet , preacher and seeker of motivation

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