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A large inspiration for the Wardley Mapping method comes from Sun Tzu's The Art of War, and from John Boyd's OODA Loop. The five factors of competition described there were Purpose - Landscape - Climate - Doctrine - Leadership. [1]Art of War with OODA.png

Climate describes the forces that act upon the environment. It is the patterns of the seasons and the rules of the game.[2]

There are at least 30 climatic patterns to understand and factor into your strategy.