International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Some Chinese War Strategies – Applying Its Key Lessons to Strategic Leadership
Prof. Dr. Kim Cheng Patrick Low, Dr. Teck Choon Teo

In this concise yet poignant research review paper, looking at several Chinese war strategies of Old China [although there are many], the academic-practitioners seek to gather key lessons of strategic leadership. One such key lesson, for example, is that it is better not to have any war at all, and that (peace and non-violence) is the greatest victory (win-win) for all. These success principles can in fact be applied not only in the battlefield but also in one’s daily dealings and life at the workplace. Such wisdom will not only increase one’s ability to respond to problems, but also, be victorious in one’s life, mission and responsibilities while having invaluable peace of mind.

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