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Sun Tzu and the Project Battleground

Creating Project Strategy from ‘The Art of War’

  • Authors
  • David E. Hawkins
  • Shan Rajagopal

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xviii
  2. David E. Hawkins, Shan Rajagopal
    Pages 1-7
  3. David E. Hawkins, Shan Rajagopal
    Pages 8-24
  4. David E. Hawkins, Shan Rajagopal
    Pages 25-37
  5. David E. Hawkins, Shan Rajagopal
    Pages 38-52
  6. David E. Hawkins, Shan Rajagopal
    Pages 53-66
  7. David E. Hawkins, Shan Rajagopal
    Pages 67-77
  8. David E. Hawkins, Shan Rajagopal
    Pages 78-102
  9. David E. Hawkins, Shan Rajagopal
    Pages 103-122
  10. David E. Hawkins, Shan Rajagopal
    Pages 123-129
  11. David E. Hawkins, Shan Rajagopal
    Pages 130-155
  12. David E. Hawkins, Shan Rajagopal
    Pages 156-168
  13. David E. Hawkins, Shan Rajagopal
    Pages 169-194
  14. David E. Hawkins, Shan Rajagopal
    Pages 195-201
  15. David E. Hawkins, Shan Rajagopal
    Pages 202-210
  16. David E. Hawkins, Shan Rajagopal
    Pages 211-214
  17. Back Matter
    Pages 215-221

About this book

Introduction

The Art of War by Sun Tzu has influenced a generation of business leaders and strategy gurus. Yet for many people in business and students of management this remains a mystery. For the first time the authors provide a fully comprehensive account of this work and the influence of Sun Tzu and the relevance to business strategy and project management. Their book will give the reader the opportunity to appreciate and benefit from this crucial work.

Keywords

business business strategy management project management strategy

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