Waging Business Warfare: Lessons from the Military Masters in Achieving Corporate Superiority

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Charles Scribner's Sons, Jan 1, 1987 - Business & Economics - 341 pages
In business, winning may be impossible--unless you are a master of military strategy. The same techniques that made Napoleon an incomparable conqueror are still being employed today by such giants as Chrysler's Lee Iacocca. This book shows how it can be done.

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Among the many survival manuals for corporate scramblers, this book stands out as one of the most morally and ethically vacuous of the lot. Certainly the skillful maneuver and the effective approach ... Read full review

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