Standard Table of Influence
From Playmaker Systems comes the first Periodic Table of Influence: "For communicators, social media experts, marketers, sales people, politicos, developers and information warfighters. The first complete taxonomy of the 24 most basic stratagems in business, government and society.
"At the front line of The Playmaker Standard Decision System is the first taxonomy of the most basic stratagems observed in communication, social media, marketing, sales, politics and the military. Inspired by the periodic table of chemical elements, The Standard Table of Influence identifies, organizes the irreducibly unique strategies of influence — what we call plays.
"How is it organized? Each of the 24 named plays is assigned to one of three overarching classes (shown along The Table’s top row as Assess, Condition and Engage) and then to one of the seven underlying subclasses (shown in The Table’s second row as Test, Divert, Frame, Freeze, Press, Preempt and Provoke":
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