“The greatest victory is that which requires no battle.” ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War
Sun Tzu, an ancient Chinese general, strategist, and philosopher, whose work laid the foundation for a modern business environment.
The wisdom from his ancient work, The Art of War, is eternal and goes beyond the mere scope of military strategy.
His 'stratagems' are great components of a team program where participants work together to find parallels between the Chinese wisdom of warfare and business challenges in today's environment. Not only does this program focus on practicing tactical and strategic thinking, activities are purposefully designed to build and consolidate participants' interpersonal relationships.
Impressions from our workshop
The Art of War is a very comprehensive program that works very well in embracing strategic thinking, adopting the change, understanding how to play in order to win, and adopting leadership positions during the different challenges that the enterprises face today. It helped my team to understand, based on the very ancient principles, that the strategy of a combat in very ancient times, and strategy in business today, correlate very well, as well as that a lot of this knowledge can be applied when trying to lead the organisation to success.
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