and Accomplish the Important Goals in Your Life. GERALD MICHAELSON,Author of Sun Tzu: The Art of War for Managers with Steven Michaelson. “Fascinating!. Success or failure is determined by executive leadership alone. • Effective leadership is everything! Authority must reside in the hands of those can lead. The Art of War for Executives book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. For years, professionals and business school students.
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Success is an art form that few can master. Here, Sun Tzu's ancient principles of war, reinterpreted for the modern businessperson, offer the skills to. If you are a senior executive or entrepreneur, this is a MUST read! The Art of War, written by Sun Tzu, is one of those books that could be classified in the. The art of war for executives 6 editions. Here, Sun Tzu's ancient principles of war, reinterpreted for the modern businessperson, offer the skills to gain an advantage and achieve success on the corporate battlefield and the strategies to win at work when conflicts arise.
Readers Also Enjoyed. It looks like it spent some time in my library unread. Great tips to become the ideal business man! Edited by EdwardBot. Friend Reviews.
Too dry, too brief. Not what I expected when I initially got it. View 1 comment.
Apr 09, TK Keanini rated it it was ok Shelves: You would be better off reading the original translation. This is for those people who need to see an example or application of the notions expressed in The Art of War. Nothing wrong with that, I just don't think business is war. Business should be about nonzero sum games, not zero sum games. I found the receipt from WH Smith Heathrow in the book. It looks like it spent some time in my library unread.
Luckily, I did not lose much all these years.
I could not find a lot of useful information, mostly advice that was common sense. Jan 05, S. Sun Tzu is fairly incomprehensible, and Krause here tries to interpret it in terms of competitive edge. While entertaining enough to read in short bursts in the morning with one's first cup of tea, it is not particularly insightful or useful in day to day life.
Still kept me occupied for a few days. Aug 18, Mohamed Marwan rated it liked it. Good read. Very relevant to the business world, although in different sections ignoring the difference between competing for the customer and going to war.
Very concise. Could have been shorter.
The book was originally written in - you need to put this into consideration. I loved the sections about "Competitive Situations" and "6 Tactical Principals". Apr 14, David rated it it was ok Shelves: I have tried reading this and listening to it on CD. Each time I think it seems to be basically good book but its too dry to take in.
Sort of a dot point book for those who choose to put ethics aside in favour of results. Aug 26, Peter rated it it was amazing. Adapted from Sun Tzu's real guide to win a war. Great tips to become the ideal business man! Very interesting comparison of war situations vs Executives' business. Some repetitions, but messages are very clear.
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