The Art of War Book Summary

James Scott on 2/24/2011 9:41:03 PM

The Art of War by Sun Tzu, written more than 2000 years ago, chronicles every aspect of military warfare at that time with emphasis on handling conflict situations wisely and honorably. It is a treatise on warfare, but its strategies are relevant even to modern day conflicts within organizations. Such has been the influence of this ancient Chinese classic that the tactics and theories presented in this book are practiced even today.
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