Richard Martin talks about the ‘fog of war’ and friction, based on his book Brilliant Manoeuvres: How to Use Military Wisdom to Win Business Battles

Posted: October 26, 2012 in Videos
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In this video, Richard talks about chapter 6 of his book, Brilliant Manoeuvres.

Chapter 6. No Plan Survives Contact with the Enemy—Planning, Friction, and the Fog of War
The best-laid plans always go awry, and what to do about it.

© 2012 Richard Martin. Forwarding and quotes permitted with full and proper attribution.

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