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The Marine Corps Way: Using Maneuver Warfare to Lead a Winning Organization | [Jason A. Santamaria, Vincent Martino, Eric K. Clemons]

The Marine Corps Way: Using Maneuver Warfare to Lead a Winning Organization

The Marine Corps Way shows managers at all levels how to apply the tactics and techniques of maneuver warfare to achieve overwhelming results in today's fiercely competitive market environment. You'll learn how to reshape your organization based on seven guiding principles: targeting critical vulnerabilities, boldness, surprise, focus, decentralized decision-making, tempo, and combined arms.
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Publisher's Summary

The Marine Corps Way shows managers at all levels how to apply the tactics and techniques of maneuver warfare to achieve overwhelming results in today's fiercely competitive market environment. You'll learn how to reshape your organization based on seven guiding principles: targeting critical vulnerabilities, boldness, surprise, focus, decentralized decision-making, tempo, and combined arms.

©2004 Jason Santamaria, Vincent Martino, Erik K. Clemons; (P)2004 AMI

What the Critics Say

"The book makes a convincing case that battlefield techniques really do work in the business world." (Fortune)
"A colorful, entertaining, and highly effective way of conveying some powerful lessons along with lots of very interesting military history." (Miami Herald)

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    flotcha Green River, WY 05-21-10
    flotcha Green River, WY 05-21-10 Member Since 2005
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    "Awesome book"

    There's more here than first meets the ear. There are lots of great historical examples from both history of warfare and business to illustrate the concepts.

    You need to listen multiple times to get the full effect, and it's written and read so well, that repeating is not a chore. I'm buying the actual book as a reference.

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    Debra San Jose, CA, United States 01-23-12
    Debra San Jose, CA, United States 01-23-12 Member Since 2010
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    What did you love best about The Marine Corps Way?

    This book you cannot put down, so make sure you have an afternoon to read it from cover to cover.


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    Amazon Customer Cary, IL, United States 01-07-11
    Amazon Customer Cary, IL, United States 01-07-11 Member Since 2010
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    "Boring, but probably useful."

    I am both a business owner and a former marine. I found it boring, but somewhat useful if you can get through the boredom. Just a thought here, but I have a feeling that if the two marines would have done this book without the help of the Ph.D that the book would have been more interesting to read and listen to. I always cringe when I am about to read a business book and see that the author has a Ph.D after his name. It was still an ok book though.

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