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Benjamin DisraeliThe most dangerous strategy is to jump a chasm in two leaps.

—  Benjamin Disraeli, 1804-1881, British Prime Minister

NapoleonNever interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.

—  Napoleon, 1769-1821, French Emperor

Sun TzuSo in war, the way is to avoid what is strong, and strike at what is weak.

—  Sun Tzu, c. 5th cent. BC, Chinese general & military strategist

NapoleonIn a battle, as in a siege, the art consists in concentrating very heavy fire on a particular point.

—  Napoleon, 1769-1821, French Emperor

NapoleonNothing is so contrary to military rules as to make the strength of your army known, either in the orders of the day, in proclamations, or in the newspapers.

—  Napoleon, 1769-1821, French Emperor

Winston ChurchillHowever beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results.

—  Winston Churchill, 1874-1965, British Prime Minister, Nobel 1953

Sun TzuWhen you surround an army, leave an outlet free. Do not press a desperate foe too hard.

—  Sun Tzu, c. 5th cent. BC, Chinese general & military strategist

Sun TzuStrategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.

—  Sun Tzu, c. 5th cent. BC, Chinese general & military strategist

Sun TzuThe expert in battle seeks his victory from strategic advantage and does not demand it from his men.

—  Sun Tzu, c. 5th cent. BC, Chinese general & military strategist

Peter DruckerStrategy is a commodity, execution is an art.

—  Peter Drucker, 1909–2005, Austrian management guru

Peter DruckerCulture eats strategy for breakfast.

—  Peter Drucker, 1909–2005, Austrian management guru

Peter DruckerMission defines strategy, and strategy defines structure.

—  Peter Drucker, 1909–2005, Austrian management guru

NapoleonThe art of war consists in being always able, even with an inferior army, to have stronger forces than the enemy at the point of attack or the point which is attacked.

—  Napoleon, 1769-1821, French Emperor

NapoleonAn army which cannot be reinforced is already defeated.

—  Napoleon, 1769-1821, French Emperor

NapoleonThe military principles of Caesar were those of Hannibal, and those of Hannibal were those of Alexander: to hold his forces in hand, not to be vulnerable at any point, to throw all his forces with rapidity on any given point.

—  Napoleon, 1769-1821, French Emperor

NapoleonThe secret of great battles consists in knowing how to deploy and concentrate at the right time.

—  Napoleon, 1769-1821, French Emperor

Sun TzuIt is the rule in war, if ten times the enemy's strength, surround them; if five times, attack them; if double, be able to divide them; if equal, engage them; if fewer, defend against them; if weaker, be able to avoid them.

—  Sun Tzu, c. 5th cent. BC, Chinese general & military strategist










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