For two and a half thousand years The Art of War has been the core text of military strategy and planning, providing leaders with enduring insights into tactics, psychology, discipline and the nature of power.
Favoured by countless great generals and military tacticians throughout history, over the last century the book has found a new lease of life, inspiring business leaders, politicians and sporting figures, and offering a profound understanding of such diverse topics as managing others and outwitting competitors.
About the Author
Sun Tzu (544–496 bc) was a Chinese general, writer and philosopher who is traditionally credited with having written The Art of War.
“Absorb this book, and you can throw out all those contemporary books about management leadership.” —Newsweek