Sun Tzu Art of War Business Strategy PDF

Game of Business: The Art of War for Business

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Comparison of the Art of War and Game of Business: See how each principle in the Art of War is transformed to the Game of Business.

Sample Principle and Strategy Transformations (Figures [1, 4])

Transforming Principle 10-1.2
Figure 1: Transforming Principle 10-1.2
Transforming Principle 5-14-16
Figure 2: Transforming Strategies 5-[14, 16]
Transforming Principle 3-3
Figure 3: Transforming Strategy 3-3
Transforming Principle 13-18
Figure 4: Transforming Strategy 13-18

Game of Business transforms Sun Tzu Art of War's principles and strategies by—

  1. Comparing Sun Tzu Art of War translations,
  2. Organizing the principles and strategies of Sun Tzu Art of War systematically, and
  3. Replacing references to the military domain with references to their counterparts in the business domain.

The Most Precise Transformation of the Art of War for Business

The Most Thoroughly Tested Leadership Principles and Strategies

In the practical Game of Business, the best strategy of all is to remain intact rather than allowing damage.
Game of Business, Principle 3-1 (Chapter 3, Principle 1)

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1. Planning

1. Sun Zi said: The Game of Business is of vital importance to the Company; it is a matter of success and failure; it is a road to safety or ruin. Hence it must be investigated.
2. The Game of Business, then, is governed by Five Factors; these are to be taken into account in one’s deliberations, when seeking to determine the conditions existing in the field: Moral Influence, Nature, Domain, Leadership, and Method.—
2.1. Moral Influence causes associates to be in complete accord with you; thus, associates will be prepared to succeed and fail, unafraid of danger.
2.2. Nature signifies entities that operate without purpose, like night and day, cold and heat, times and seasons.
2.3. Domain comprises—
2.3.1. Distances, great and small;
2.3.2. Danger and security;
2.3.3. Accessible and Constricted situations; and
2.3.4. Chances of success and failure.
2.4. Leadership represents the virtues of—
2.4.1. Wisdom,
2.4.2. Sincerity,
2.4.3. Benevolence,
2.4.4. Courage, and
2.4.5. Discipline.
2.5. Method can be understood by—
2.5.1. Organizational control,
2.5.2. Leadership systems,
2.5.3. Creation and maintenance of paths by which resources may reach the company, and
2.5.4. Controlled use of resources.
3. The Five Factors governing the Game of Business ([2.1, 2.5]) should be familiar to all leaders; they who know them will succeed; they who do not know them will fail.

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Game of Business transforms the principles in Sun Tzu Art of War from military strategy to business strategy, so that Art of War's framework to master basic strategy for military can be used to master basic strategy for business. To make the mastery of basic, business strategy a fun and useful experience, each set of principles in Game of Business forms a unique, business strategy skill.

Example Skill (Chapter 13: Using Intelligence)—Use foreknowledge to achieve extraordinary success: No relationships are more intimate than those with discoverers of useful information. No rewards should be more generous than those for discovering useful information. Hence, enlightened mentors and wise leaders use the highest intelligence for investigation, and thereby achieve great results (see Chapter 13; Principles 5, 10, 11, and 24).

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Author: Sun Tzu
Translator: Game of Business
Publisher: Game of Business
Reference Translations: Lionel Giles, Samuel B. Griffith, R.L. Wing, Ralph D. Sawyer, Chow Hou Wee, Thomas Cleary, Roger T. Ames, John Minford, Victor Mair, C. C. Low & Associates
Format: Electronic Book, Portable Document Format (E-Book, PDF)
Main Content: 103 pages
Supplementary Content: 161 pages
Language: English
ISBN-X: 978-0-9999998-0-5
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In the Game of Business, there are two groups of guidelines: Principles and Strategies.

Define Principle: A comprehensive and fundamental proposition that serves as the foundation for a chain of reasoning.

Define Strategy: A plan of action designed to achieve success.

Strategic Principle Sets

Strategy Sets

Game of Business How to Find a Principle in Game of Business

How to Find a Principle in Game of Business

Appendix: How to Find a Principle in Game of Business

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Sample Page of Game of Business:

  1. Chapter number and title.
  2. Header showing the topic being discussed on this page.
  3. Writing containing a principle. The numeric code consists of the principle's number in the chapter.
    1. Extra space between principles shows that they are related to different topics within the chapter. The principles are spaced close together when part of the same subtopic, and noticeably farther apart when part of different subtopics. A noticeable space after a principle means that the next principle is part of a different subtopic.
    2. The principles within a subtopic depend on each other to be understood. Dependent statements are placed close to each other, whereas there is additional space between independent statements.
  4. Writing containing a sub-principle. The numeric code consists of the principle's number in the chapter, and sub-principle numbers separated by points.
    1. An indented principle means that it is part of a set within a principle. The principles are in a sequence contained by the overarching principle above it. Hierarchical statements are denoted by adding a second number to the principle’s code, separated by a decimal point (e.g. 4.7 refers to the seventh statement or question of principle 4).