Indirectness and other counterintuitive approaches to Problem solving

July 26, 2021

Apologies for the brief hiatus. I was ill and needed to rest but I am doing better and stronger now.

Thank You for always being here. In today’s episode we explore the concept of INDIRECTNESS and other counterintuitive approaches to problem solving.

The Indirect approach is a military strategy described and chronicled by B. H. Liddell Hart after World War I. It was an attempt to find a solution to the problem of high casualty rates in conflict zones. The strategy calls for armies to advance along the line of least resistance.

There are a number of lessons we can extrapolate from the concept of indirectness and other strategies mentioned in today’s episode, do listen, share your thoughts and other take-aways with us, we would love to hear from You.

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