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A commander in a battle cannot achieve every one of his desires. What are his top four priorities, and which are numbers one and two? Here I present my ideas on the matter. Viewers keen to know which of the four is priority number three may be disappointed.
This video was previously entitled "Priorities in conflict - a possibly-new schema".
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Priorities in conflict - a possibly-new schema
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