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Alexander the Great's Art of Strategy epub ebook

by Partha Bose

Alexander the Great's Art of Strategy epub ebook

Author: Partha Bose
Category: Management & Leadership
Language: English
Publisher: Allen & Unwin (2004)
Pages: 360 pages
ISBN: 1741144310
ISBN13: 978-1741144314
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 893
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Leadership & Strategy: Lessons From Alexander The Great.

Leadership & Strategy: Lessons From Alexander The Great. The Wisdom of Alexander the Great: Enduring Leadership Lessons From the Man Who Created an Empire. I often kept wondering the rich insight Mr. Partha Bose bought into this book by constantly refering to the Management strategy employed over the centuries by other great leaders and highlight the failure/success of the technique used in "Modern Day Management".

Alexander the Great (356-323BC) is arguably the greatest military strategist, tactician and ruler An entertaining and . In this book, Partha Bose provides an engaging examination of Alexander the master strategist and tactician.

Alexander the Great (356-323BC) is arguably the greatest military strategist, tactician and ruler An entertaining and enlightening book about Alexander the Great, whose leadership and strategic genius made him one of history's greatest empire builders, and who has since influenced and inspired a great number of people from different fields - business, politics, military. He looks at the ideas and actions of Alexander - how they were formed and applied - telling a story of a man whose influence was to extend for centuries later.

О себе: Alexander the Great endures as one of the most admired and emulated leaders in world history

A helpful and/or enlightening book that combines two or more noteworthy strengths, . contains uncommonly novel ideas and presents them in an engaging manner. Partha Bose has crafted an impressive volume that stands equally well as a work of interpretive history or as a contemporary guide to effective business strategy. Like any pplied-to-business volume, it works to find a delicate balance between past and present.

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An entertaining and enlightening book about Alexander the Great, whose leadership and strategic genius made him . In my opinion the book does a VERY SOLID job presenting Alexander the Great and the use of his strategy

An entertaining and enlightening book about Alexander the Great, whose leadership and strategic genius made him one of history's greatest empire builders, and wh. .In my opinion the book does a VERY SOLID job presenting Alexander the Great and the use of his strategy. One of the strentghs of the book is the relative ease to which you can cover the material. Very practical in life and business applications.

Part biography and part management guide, Alexander the Great’s Art of Strategyis a compelling and insightful book that should be read by leaders . 171. Teeth Versus TailLogistics Strategy. 197. The Art of Deceptive Strategy. 214. Alexanders Deathand Legacy. 235. Selected Bibliography.

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Book Description A rousing biography that shows how to put the tactics and insights of history?s greatest conqueror to work for you. Throughout the ages, Alexander the Great has been celebrated for building an empire that spanned from Greece to India by the time he was thirty-three. Today he continues to inspire business, government, and military magnates?and leaders from Ted Turner to Norman Schwarzkopf have brought his techniques and vision to boardrooms and battlefields in achieving their success.

Paperback published January 2009 in United Kingdom. An entertaining and enlightening book about Alexander the Great, whose leadership and strategic genius made him one of history's greatest empire builders, and who has since influenced and inspired a great number of people from different fields - business, politics, military. Prices in £GBP ( Prices updated.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 265-272) and index. The chief marketing officer of the Monitor Group, an international strategy advisory firm, reveals the secrets of Alexander the Great-history's greatest military strategist-drawing out the lessons of Alexander's life and showing how they can be applied in today's business environment.

Reviews (7)
Flash_back
It is important to note what this book is not: it's not a complete biography or Alexander, it is not a 100% accurate historic description of his entire life or all his battles, it is does not even attempt to analyze all his battles. In fact i think only three are depicted in detail.

What this book is, is a wonderful story of how one of the greatest leaders was the first to apply strategy to battle in a way that can be applied today to businesses and other situations. The history is provided for context and to add color. The battles are told as examples of strategic thinking.

I have read a handful of books on Alexander. Some much more detailed in historic facts.I still enjoyed every page of this one. I found this one of those books that you want to read but you don't want to keep reading because the book with end soon.

Quphagie
I agree with some reviewers that this book isn't a serious scholarly work and the connections between Alexander's strategies and military/political conquests and the strategies used in the modern corporate world tend to be disjointed here and there, but still, it's good reading and it forces the reader to think about the similarities or simply discard what the author sees as such. It takes imagination on the part of the reader to analyze what Alexander had achieved and apply it to our daily modern lives, but Alexander certainly does have many things to teach us in the areas of strategy and the application of tactics and execution.

Some of the examples that Bose bring up make sense and show some connection to what Alexander did while others make you roll your eyes somewhat and go, "Yeah, okay, if you say so." Nonetheless, the book is fun to read and much faster to go through than most Alexander biographies as Alexander's achievements and strategies implemented are applied to things that we can relate to more readily. We are not constantly bombarded with names and places that we can't remember or put our fingers on as so many Alexander biographies tend to do. I finished this book in little over a day and had good time reading it and I'm sure I'll refer back to it more for enjoyment than anything else.

There is certainly much to be learned through the study of Alexander's remarkable life and his near-mythical achievements in such a short period of time. This is a good primer in that area although I would certainly not recommend it to anyone as the definitive book about what Alexander was all about and this book doesn't purport to be as such. That's what makes it good fun reading. Alexander was certainly a strategist of the highest order although he seems to have been guided as much by keen natural instincts as by highly-developed intellect. Obviously, some of these things simply cannot be taught. Still, the conjectures are interesting and fun to ponder and I recommend this book to the Alexander buff who already has a good well-rounded collection and wants to add a "fun" book for easy reading.

Insanity
Covers Alexander in a general way, to many (lots of analogies to modern business, i.e., IBM, GE, etc) which I was not interested in comparisons. I wanted a more detail writing of Alexander (who he was, how he operated, etc). Not a bad book for someone that wants a overview.

Orll
This is by far the best Management/Strategy book I have read in the past 12 years. The author has done wonderful job of blending "Past Military / Management Strategy" used with "Modern Management strategies". I often kept wondering the rich insight Mr. Partha Bose bought into this book by constantly refering to the Management strategy employed over the centuries by other great leaders and highlight the failure/success of the technique used in "Modern Day Management"

I read this book after 12 years of my management degree (It was never suggested in Management school. Normally I would have passed the book as another 'History lesson'. It was recently recommended by a Friend). This book/work was a gem that was waiting to be identified. Reading this book has been the best Christma/New Year gift for myself.

This book is going to be in my personal collection and I would strongly recommend as "Good Read" to any person interested in Management/Strategy related works.

BlessСhild
In my opinion the book does a VERY SOLID job presenting Alexander the Great and the use of his strategy. One of the strentghs of the book is the relative ease to which you can cover the material. Very practical in life and business applications. Nice Work!

Bandiri
the author does does not seem to be qualified to tackle a historical subject, such as the strategy of Alexander the Great. The book provides a lot of 'information' some of which may be historically accurate but some is the author's 'guesses' as to what may have happened. There is no clear distinction between the two in the text and as you read through it, after a while it is hard to distinguish what is history and what is fiction. Not worth the time reading this, unless you are interested in reading a novel, rather than a historically accurate text

heart of sky
There is a lot of great history in this book. The difficulty arises from weeding through all of the historical inaccuracies to get to the good stuff. In addition, the author has made a style of randomly interjecting things that are not always clearly related to the statement it was forcefully spun off of.

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