Military Control. Military control is the rights of the general, and it is the key that will allow him to establish authority on his army. Once the general is able to use. Composed by two prominent statesmen-generals of classical China, this book develops the strategies of Sun Tzu’s classic, The Art of War, into a complete. Composed by two prominent statesmen-generals of classical China, this book develops the strategies of Sun Tzu’s classic, the Art of War.

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One of liant best books I have ever read. People with capability takes up important position and given important tasks, people with lower capability occupy positions of lesser authority, the morale of the army is high and united, all levels are in harmony, men are courageous, discipline and in great fighting spirit, reward and punishment system is fair and transparent, such are the characteristics of a winning army.

If the morale situation is turning to our advantage and we did not have measures to take advantage of it, it is considered not brave. Only when you have done the above, your men will do their best thus enabling you to achieve victory over our enemy.

Zhuge Liang’s Mastering The Art Of War

Last but not least, when the enemy is weak, the general should not use full strength against the enemy. Last principle is to be decisive and strict in giving out rewards mastering the art of war zhuge liang administering punishments. Since ancient times, a ruler that is well-versed with governance is able to rule with peace in the country and people living in comfort, without using the army; a general that is well-versed at managing his troops, can make his enemy succumb to him without using his troops; a general that is well-versed in battle formations can win battles without going into it; a general that is well-versed in warfare is able to lead his troops to victories and put them in invulnerable positions.

You can read it quickly, because it really is rather short. When face with an emergency, handle it with composure. In any form of leadership, the manager, coach, teacher, mentor has a much more rich role than simply planning a battle, strategic marketing plan or classroom objectives. No proper measures of reward and punishment, disorganized, and when the general won the mastering the art of war zhuge liang starts to be arrogant. If these four principles are strictly followed, then the basic infrastructure has been set up and the rest of the details will just fall into places.


Part 4 Coordinating Group Actions. He must treat his subordinates with respect and motivate them with trust and sincerity. The great leaders of ancient China who were trained in Sun Tzu’s principles understood how war is waged successfully, both materially and mentally, and how victory and defeat follo Composed by two prominent statesmen-generals of classical Mastering the art of war zhuge liang, this book develops the strategies of Sun Tzu’s classic, The Art of War, into a complete handbook of organization and leadership.

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Both group strategies for tye and individual strategies for self mastering the art of war zhuge liang are welcomed here. If intelligence before war is not gathered properly, it is similar to blind men preparing for war. In the face of danger, he would be the first to lead. He must be an all rounder in literary and military fields as well.

Since ancient time, generals that are well-versed in war follows four principles.

Mastering the Art of War by Zhuge Liang

Repeat or malicious offenders will be banned. If there are thick undergrowth, it is advantageous to use long spears. Lists with This Book. When they attack, they attack with swiftness and aggression.

Liang ZhugeJi Liu. Refuse to mix with those who only talks about things people like to hear. Those that are skilled at fighting on horses should be grouped together and they formed the cavalry. He should place great emphasis on the good actions taken by his troops, and reward them with appropriate rewards. The book is also a sound warning to those who mastering the art of war zhuge liang armchair generals who use the zhueg of Sun Tzu without proper understanding, given that they are subtle and designed for those with a shrewd understanding of conditions, requiring sound intelligence, as well as a canny ability to understand and manipulate the psychology lizng rivals and mastering the art of war zhuge liang.


He should be good at using the terrain to his advantage. Racism, sexism, biological determinism, “race realism”, “human biodiversity” have no place on aznidentity. Zariah Harris rated it it was amazing Sep 01, The characteristic and temperament of the generals has direct relationship with the outcome of war.

The way to victory is to be able to grasp the srt circumstances, directing troops to strike where the enemy is not well prepared. There are some who are indecisive while others who has strategic thinking but could not execute it. Part 7 Supplies in operations. As such you should avoid these people and do not get close to them.

If the state does not build up its defense well, even if they have numerical strength, it would still not be dependable. There are people who mastering the art of war zhuge liang to give its all but are actually disloyal.

Thus it is important to equip troops with the best weapon and armor. Zhuge Liang’s Mastering the Art of War fills in many of the blanks for understanding the statesman-general in Chinese history.

Towards the brave, he would give them rewards timely mastering the art of war zhuge liang encourage them to achieve more accomplishment. Needless to say, not many readers will be fa Although this is a short book, and likely a very obscure one, this masterng is a worthwhile gem for those who are students of the lasting influence of Chinese military strategy and its larger implications [1].