This is the most efficiently written book
I Ve Ever Read It S Incredibly ve ever read It s incredibly structured and outlines what I imagine are Nine Ghosts largely American military philosophies I was pleasantly surprised at the strategic organizational maxims that crossover to the business world especially ideas that apply to effective management and corporateeadership I didn t know the marines could read Las Maravillosas Obras de Dios: Historias B�blicas Para La Familia let alone write Hooah Goodreads regular Alex reminded me of this uote from Machiavelli It s better to be impulsive than cautious fortune is female and if you want to stay on top of her you have to slap and thrustSince that s a poetic if vulgar summary of one tenet of Marine Corps philosophy Il et that stand as my review of this book for now Honestly Warfighting contains some very surprising revelations that might radically change how an outsider views the hierarchy and philosophy of the US Marines It s also a double whammy since it distills Machiavelli and Sun Tzu into one rather prosaic textRead it especially if you never thought you would ever want to read any such book Respond as you see fit I read this book for a class This book read much better than a class assignment I was blown away with the detail contained in this book If you are at all interested in the great USMC this book is a must read Clear and concise overview of how the US Marine Corps approaches their training and battles And fascinating that it is publicly available This was a pretty good summary of current military thinking The first
half of theof the was just a rote repetition of the basics of Clau. Warfighting is an authentic American philosophy of action that will thrill the millions of fans of SunTzu's The Art of War and Musashi's T he Book of Five Rings This modern classic of strategy and philosophy is the uintessential guide to prevailing in competitive situations be it war work play or daily ivingSometimes ife is war and sometimes business is war and sometimes you need to call in the Marines Over the past two hundred years the Marines have developed a reputation for getting the job done fearlessly boldly and taking no prisoners What be. .
Ftware industry Part of this short book describes the characteristics of war in a way that anyone dealing with software will understand friction disorder uncertainty complexity Another part of the book focuses on the need to engage in maneuver warfare which is characterized by decentralized command that gives the marines the speed and punch to react to novel situation which in a certain way reminds me of agile development principles Proof that this stuff can apply to anything I was doing my Riding Hard laundry as I read this and I realized that if I just washed everything that needed washing that would be attritionaundry But since I can t get that all done in one
Day I Really Need ToI really need to on the highest priority clothes and bedding thus I found I was doing maneuver Arabian Challenge laundry Kidding aside the most interesting part of this book for me was about commanders giving their subordinatesatitude to determine how to get a job done This is an AMAZING book probably the best book in its genre ever writtenI am not one of those military buffs but I ve ong been fascinated by whether there was a theory of war that explains the why of military strategy and could put you in the mind of a top
military commander This book comes as close as any I ve seenThe genius is in it s simplicity Tomes ikecommander This book comes as close as any I ve seenThe genius is in it s simplicity Tomes Der Verlorene Koffer: A Graded Reader for Beginning Students like s On War areong and ponderous and the justly famous Sun Tzu s The Art of War is kind of obscure and allusive but this is a very short and straightforward workThe first two sections out of four are the most relevant to a general audience They describe the general phil. R and competition have changed Warfighting's exploration of maneuver warfare takes readers beyond Sun Tzu's classic ILLERAMMA Kathalu lessons and provides them a thorough understanding of what it takes to fight and win in the modern world Currency's edition of Warfighting features interviews with famous former Marines including F Lee Bailey Ed McMahon and Donald Regan They tell how they have used the Marine Corps' battle strategies of strength and straightforwardness as their secret weapons in every confrontation whether at a corporate departmental or personalevel.
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them but there was no new information there second half though was worth readingbut there was no new information there The second half though was worth reading translated a number of the concepts into concrete doctrine for the Marines and explained why Boyd s Maneuver Warfare was so successful and how to make it so This was written after William Lind s book on Maneuver Warfare so it may not be necessary reading for those who aren t Marines ooking for a book of doctrine but it does fill that role admirably A book about Cheyenne: A Sweet Historical Romance leadership and management from people who encounter much higher stakes problems than missing this uarter s sales projections Two big takeaways1 Despite the stereotypes the Marines ateast philosophically embrace a highly decentralized individualized MO The book consistently drives home the point that people are not interchangeable different people have different strengths teams gel over time and nobody can maintain maximum performance indefinitely They also emphasize the fact that war is highly uncertain so people need to know their ong term objective not just their immediate assignment so when the immediate assignment is rendered obsolete fifteen seconds after it starts they can figure out what to do next I thought the military was top down and treated people #as interchangeable the uniforms and identical haircuts really threw me off 2 Attrition vs Maneuver warfare is a very useful #interchangeable the uniforms and identical haircuts really threw me off 2 Attrition vs Maneuver warfare is a very useful Basically attrition is warfare as I usually thin A surprisingly accurate way of thinking about the so. Tter role model for the hidden warriors in ourselves What better advice to call on when the stakes are high and sensitivity just isn't going to work Written in 1989 as a philosophical and strategic guide book for the US Marine Corps Warfighting is a worthy successor to SunTzu's The Art Of War With clarity brevity and wisdom it describes the basic forces at work in every competitive situation whether on the field of battle in the boardroom or in the courtroom With twentieth century technology and its emphasis on speed and versatility the rules of wa.