The Tao of Becoming a Strategist
This article is dedicated to all those great minds that have contributed to the art and science of strategy.
The following is an "abridged" transcript of a 60-minute "Questions and Answers" session on the basics of being a strategist between two associates and myself.
This article is designed to be an overture to those who are interested in the art and science of Sun Tzu's strategic principles.
Q: What does it take to be a proficient strategist in this world?
Q: How do you do that?
Q: What are the most important attributes in being a competitive strategist?
Always know the following: The disposition and power of your opposition, when and how to advance and withdraw, how empty or how full your opposition is, the timing state of your surroundings, human affairs, and the features of the terrain. Only then one can be competitive as a strategist.
Q: What are your favorite interpretations of Sun Tzu's The Art of War?
Q: What book(s) should I read first?
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