War Material

The great business thinker Peter Drucker noted that his book Managing for Results, published in 1964, was the "first book ever on what we now call strategy".  For once, the venerable sage of business might have been over-stating his intellectual credentials.  Strategy is as old as humanity. But its most coherent lineage lies in the military world.  The book commonly taken as the strategic bible is a military one: Sun Tzu’s The Art of War.

The authorship of The Art of War remains, perhaps understandably, clouded in mystery.  It may have been written by . . .

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