Hi Jason, I’ve found Go metaphors quite useful for communicating this when training coaches. If you imagine each intersection on a Go board as a value stream in the market — internal or external market — and stones surrounding some empty space as a team, you can model your nemesis relationship as simple contact between stones of different colours.
It’s a neat model because you can see surrounding empty territory as making your team a profit centre, where having it filled makes you a removable cost centre. And then all the usual Go patterns — aji, thickness, ko, capturing races, etc. have real world meanings. Anyway, for your consideration.