Book Report: " The Art of War”
Name: Chapman, Cameron L. Rank: Cpl Unit: PMO, H& H BN, BCO
Date: nineteen May 2015Book: " The Art of War”Author: Sun Tzu
The book " The Art Of War” is about looking into the leaderships standpoint on methods and war-fighting skills, such as management of troops. This book was crafted in view of army commanders and tactics that they used to succeed wars and battles. With this book statement I will be supplying incite for the positive and negative decisions on the leadership and ingratiating on the creators strategies in enabling the advantage to win simply by positional and organizational benefit, troop meaningful, and changing and defeating environment.
The very best part of the book is when The Author discusses the ways to win by simply Positional and Organizational advantages. When placing and shifting troops it is advisable to place these people in the more strategic spots in a prepared fashion that is more favorable to provide you with the advantage. This provides you with commanders an opportunity to create conditions in which soldiers are positioned and able to face adversity. When Leadership does This they have to have the foreknowledge of advantages during war such as the preparations, emerging early, amount of soldiers, and logistics on the enemy. However when all this boils down to this its regarding " learning yourself and knowing your enemy and the capabilities. ” which is why most missions or battles commence with the five paragraph buy and end with the educational advantage. The writer believed in " manipulability of a strategic environment, ” or " adapt and defeat. ” Discuss the top priority to the commanders on conditions of challenge and the intelligence they obtain.
The least effective part of the book was discussing was Moral Advantage, its refers to a psychological benefit, the degree of superiority over opponent troops when it comes to efficacy. The author believed that the leaders ought to be friends with their troops, but discipline all of them through training and deployment....