am 16. Mai 1996
"Warfighting: The United States Marine Corps" is the best of modern corporate strategy books. Like most of the truly enduring texts on business and organizational strategy, Warfighting is first and foremost a military book. What gives it its superior edge is a willingness to say plainly and directly what needs to be said.
Certainly, it calls on the business executive (military officer) to have the integrity and fortitude to trust subordinates, think boldly and plan ahead. This book is must reading for anyone who leads or manages others in our fast paced, high change world.
am 23. Januar 2000
This is easily one of the most fascinating books i have ever read. I liked the fact that the ideas of strategy and military ethics can be applied to every day life, so this one is not just for the military enthusiast. I suggest Warfighting to everyone who wants to learn something about themself.
am 25. Januar 2000
The principles in this book apply equally well to life, business, and war. For instance, ``The best we can hope for is to impose a general framework of order on the disorder, to prescribe the general flow of action rather than to try to control each event'' is sound advice whether you are a mother, a CEO or a commanding officer. Clearly written, complete but brief, this book is inspiring reading for anyone trying to accomplish anything.