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How to Make a Good Secret Sauce

Knowledge moats (or secret sauces) are one of the most fundamental type of moat in business. They consist of the information, data and know-how in systems, processes and people that is difficult to copy by competitors. They include collections of recipes, special tools and the accumulated knowledge of employees. For companies that build technology, the knowledge moat can be vast and complex often including hundreds of thousands of…




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