Internal context is the set of strategically relevant things that are within your control or area of influence. This can be contrasted with external context that is fully beyond your control. The internal context can be a source of risk and problems but also represents the areas that you can action to make things better. The following are common examples of internal context.
Knowledge / Know-how
Measurements & Metrics
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