Corporate Warfare

CORPORATE WARFARE kris davis iUniverse, Inc. New York Lincoln Shanghai Corporate Warfare All Rights Reserved © 2003 by Sheila Forward-Davis.

Author: Kris Davis

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595274692

Category: Fiction

Page: 300

View: 280

Romance underlines Corporate Warfare a fast paced novel that deals with corporations bidding on a US proposal. A scheming foreign conglomerate has other intentions. With their international genetic patents secured, Project Abacus' success now hinges on the exploitation of the proposal to realize a unique human identification system. A genetic social security number. And corporate espionage entangles the love triangles. But with Anthony's hands tied will fate prevail?

S T R I P T E A S E The Art of Corporate Warfare

The essential ingredient for success—in life, war and business—is understanding and adhering to the Principles of War. This involves the training of ... On the other hand, corporate wars are virtually endless. Hence while armies die of ...

Author: Mukul Deva

Publisher: Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd

ISBN: 9814435864

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 248

View: 207

In the intense competition of today’s corporate world, CEOs cannot merely apply the theories of management they learnt in classrooms—unless, of course, they are content with mediocre success. No corporation can hope to succeed without proper strategies, discipline and determination—and there is no better place to learn those from than the battlefield. S.T.R.I.P.T.E.A.S.E. – The Art of Corporate Warfare studies military strategies, some brilliant, others flawed, taken from the times of Alexander the Great right up to recent military campaigns, and applies them to the dynamic, cut-throat world of modern business where ignoring minor details can spell disaster. The book highlights the importance of:• Selecting and maintaining an aim • Concentrating force at the decisive point • Economic use of resources • Boosting the morale of your workforce • Surprising your competitor The author is a successful entrepreneur who learnt the lessons in this book while on operational duty in Sri Lanka and at the Siachen Glacier during his service in the Indian Army. S.T.R.I.P.T.E.A.S.E. is the easiest way to learn from the great history of warfare and transform your business into an even more successful and profitable organisation.

Hunting and Gathering in the Corporate Tribe

CORPORATE. WARFARE. Corporate presidents and vice presidents of sales and marketing, those who stay abreast of the big picture, are well aware that the competition for growth and survival of their companies is a kind of warfare.

Author: Keith D. Wilcock

Publisher: Algora Publishing

ISBN: 0875862500

Category: Social Science

Page: 217

View: 827

A consulting psychologist since 1975, Wilcock has been researching the parallels between corporations and tribes for 30-some years, and argues that modern corporations are simply evolved tribes. He traces changes in the basic tribal structures, roles, pecking orders, rituals, and practices as human civilization progressed from hunting and gathering

Corporate Wars

These kids could wait until the corporation/top level yakuza war hits, manipulate it subtly, force actions then clean up on the survivors, murdering top yakuza later, after the are beaten down in the long corporate war.

Author: Peter Campbell


ISBN: 1291431969



View: 442

The Rise and Fall of Corporate America

Why are potential conflict of interest situations in the regulatory, political, and corporate arenas allowed to ... The fundamental difference between corporate warfare and war among nations is that corporate warfare uses mergers and ...

Author: E. J. Salmon

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1426940629

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 418

View: 911

E.J. Salmon left Cuba with his sister at age fifteen, after the Communists confiscated his family's land. He arrived in the United States poor, but he was eager to participate in an economic system that would help his family prosper again. But today, the U.S. economy is in bad shape, and it could get worse. A nation that was once the greatest and most powerful in the world has been shaken to its core, and it could collapse. To prevent such a calamity, industry and government must work together. Salmon draws upon his experiences in Cuba and in the United States to encourage the people to turn things around. He considers the following: • How the failure of the Obama administration to learn lessons derived from the successful government initiatives of the Great Depression • Why the government's response to the current crisis has eliminated more jobs than it has created • How brazen and corrupt executives and politicians are destroying corporate America. Take steps to understand the problems confronting us and discover solutions to renew the partnership among business, government, and the people. It's not too late to reverse the course if you understandThe Rise and Fall of Corporate America.

The Chickenhawk Syndrome

War, Sacrifice, and Personal Responsibility Cheyney Ryan ... The specter of such a triumph is raised by the new phenomenon of corporate warfare. ... At the time, there were about ten private military corporations in the United ...

Author: Cheyney Ryan

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

ISBN: 074256505X

Category: Philosophy

Page: 230

View: 756

In recent years, the question of war and sacrifice has been a major topic of political debate and controversy. If our country goes to war for reasons we endorse, what is our responsibility to share in its sacrifices? Does supporting a war mean serving in it? Does it mean encouraging our children to do so? Such questions have been posed by the so-called "chickenhawk" phenomenon: pro-war leaders and their pro-war children who call on Americans to assume the burden of war and its sacrifices, but avoid those sacrifices themselves. President Bush and other architects of the Iraq conflict were the most prominent chickenhawks. Cheyney C. Ryan argues that the chickenhawk issue is not just a matter of personalities—it will remain with us for a long time even though the Bush administration has left office. Ryan poses fundamental questions of war and personal sacrifice, pointing to the basic disconnection in American politics generally between the support for war and the willingness to assume its costs, which he calls "Alienated War." Calling for the reinvigoration of civic involvement, this illuminating and insightful book offers both a philosophical and historical exploration of America's citizen-soldier tradition and the consequences involved in separating the citizenry from the armed forces.

Patton on Leadership

Strategic Lessons for Corporate Warfare Alan Axelrod. 21 . The Extra Mile Do more than is required of you . W hat is the distance between a leader and those who spend their lives and careers merely following ? The extra mile .

Author: Alan Axelrod

Publisher: Prentice Hall Press



Page: 279

View: 655

As commander of the Third Army, General George S. Patton, Jr.'s wartime success inspired the remarkable performance of his troops, and the grudging admiration of his enemies. Having stormed across France and Germany with lightning speed, Patton revealed himself as a courageous warrior, a gifted strategist, an inspiring communicator, a masterful motivator, and, most importantly, a brilliant leader. Book jacket.

Corporate Disclosure

5 , June 1972 ) CORPORATIONS - SHAREHOLDER INSPECTION OF CORPORATE RECORDS - POLITICAL MOTIVATION NOT " PROPER PURPOSE " Petitioner , a long time opponent of the Vietnam war , discovere , that a local company , Honeywell , Inc. , was ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Government Operations. Subcommittee on Budgeting, Management, and Expenditures



Category: Corporations


View: 893

Corporate Disclosure

5 , June 1972 ] CORPORATIONS - SHAREHOLDER INSPECTION OF CORPORATE RECORDS POLITICAL MOTIVATION NOT " PROPER PURPOSE " Petitioner , a long time opponent of the Vietnam war , discover . that a local company , Honeywell , Inc. , was ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Government Operations Committee




Page: 947

View: 478