The Art of War
"The Art of War is a Chinese military treatise written during the 6th century BC by Sun Tzu. Composed of 13 chapters, each of which is devoted to one aspect of warfare, it has long been praised as the definitive work on military strategies and tactics of its time. The Art of War is one of the oldest and most famous studies of strategy and has had a huge influence on both military planning and beyond. The Art of War has also been applied, with much success, to business and managerial strategies." (summary from Wikipedia)(1 hr 12 min)
|01 - Laying Plans / 02 - Waging War||8:26||Read by Moira Fogarty|
|03 - Attack By Stratagem / 04 - Tactical Dispositions||7:45||Read by Moira Fogarty|
|05 - Energy / 06 - Weak Points and Strong||10:36||Read by Moira Fogarty|
|07 - Maneuvering / 08 - Variation in Tactics||8:50||Read by Moira Fogarty|
|09 - The Army on the March / 10 - Terrain||14:42||Read by Moira Fogarty|
|11 - The Nine Situations||12:56||Read by Moira Fogarty|
|12 - The Attack By Fire / 13 - The Use of Spies||8:59||Read by Moira Fogarty|
art of war
really enjoyed the sound of readers voice and the way it was delivered.
Really good facts and details. A little difficult to understand at time. But over all the concept and thought is great
art of war
love it... you can use the knowledge of this book in your business, personal life and everything.
Relevant and Succinct
The Art of War is a straightforward, well considered, guide, which places the reader under no illusions as to the importance of a quick and effective campaign and the use of local intelligence. Considering how long this book has been in existence, it seems surprising that so little of its advice is heeded today, except in the world of business, which is a shame really, as treating business as warfare just shows how little we value collaboration and collective working.
life is a series of battles
excellent reading. I have read it before but i decided to listen to this recording. Excellenta
Well-articulated, full of wisdom. amazing what one can learn from those who came so long before.
A good read
Good book. Not as thorough as I thought it might be, but very interesting
Foundations of Warefare
Inspired to first read byTupac Shakur the mid 90s and the numerous mentions from business leaders. Sun Tzu frames warfare in a big picture and gets you to think how smaller components of warfare can lead to success or failure.