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A Arte da Guerra de Sun Tzu.

3.92 of 5 stars 3.92  ·  rating details  ·  112 ratings  ·  5 reviews
A Arte da Guerra é um livro de culto para os líderes empresariais, oferecendo preciosos conselhos sobre tácticas de batalha e estratégias de gestão. Neste livro, Karen McCreadie aplica, engenhosamente, os sábios ensinamentos do Metsre Sun ao tão arriscado mundo dos negócios.

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1.ª Edição, 120 pages
Published May 2009 by Ideias de Ler (first published April 18th 2008)
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Mohd Ashraf
The ideas presented are brief but I draw good ideas mostly from stories of what so-and-so company or individual seems to have done that might make Sun Zu smiles.
Sara Davies
Great short read, and was the perfect companion to the Art of War. It gave relevant meaning to the wisdoms Sun Tzu provides, that we can use in the business world or even personal life.
ilyasak H ishak
It's a good book which I can use for my future reference to be a better leader and more organise in managing a team.
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A kind of book wherein you can pick it up again and read any random chapter
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Nice book to read once and sometimes re-read a random chapter.
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