Alexander The Great's Art Of Strategy : Lessons From the Great Empire Builder
An entertaining and enlightening book about Alexander the Great, whose leadership and strategic genius made him one of history's greatest empire builders, and who has since influenced and inspired a great number of people from different fields - business, politics, military. Alexander the Great (356-323BC) is arguably the greatest military strategist, tactician and ruler in world history. He reigned over Greece, conquered the Persians, and marched as far as India. His achievements have influenced and inspired a great number of past and current military, political and business leaders. In business, many of the ideas and concepts associated with decision-making and strategy used today by managers and executives have their origins in Alexander the Great. In this book, Partha Bose provides an engaging examination of Alexander the master strategist and tactician. He looks at the ideas and actions of Alexander - how they were formed and applied - telling a story of a man whose influence was to extend for centuries later. On top of his strategic and tactical acumen, Alexander's sensitivity towards people and cultures, and his ability to motivate others, has made him one of the greatest figures in history whose influence has shaped business and other key contemporary fields.
- Hardback | 320 pages
- 180 x 236 x 42mm | 521.63g
- 24 Apr 2003
- Profile Books Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
Everyone's talking about a sensational young guy whose strategic thinking and leadership qualities made him the most powerful chief executive in the world before he was 30 - and there is a new book out that tells you not only how he did it, but how you can copy his methods. ...Partha Bose's Alexander The Great's Art of Strategy, currently high on the British and American non-fiction bestseller charts....It is selling in sizeable quantities to intelligent people doing important jobs in large companies. * The Times *
About Partha Bose
Partha Bose is the chief marketing officer of Monitor, one of the world's leading management consultancy firms, which specialises in strategy. He was previously a partner at leading consultancy firm, McKinsey & Co, in London, and was editor of the prestigious management journal, The McKinsey Quarterly.