Sun Tzu's The Art Of WarStreaming Video - 2013
Attributed to Sun Tzu, a prominent Chinese general writing in the fifth century BC, The Art of War is one of the oldest preserved dissertations on military strategy and tactics. But today its implications reach far beyond the battlefield. It is widely seen as an essential guide to most forms of organizational leadership, and anyone involved in business, management, and entrepreneurial risk-taking stands to gain from Sun Tzu's ideas. Made up of 13 one-to-five-minute segments, this program merges audio narration with no-nonsense animation to create an engaging, user-friendly overview of each chapter of Sun Tzu's iconic treatise. Segments include: Chapter 1: Laying Plans; Chapter 2: Waging War; Chapter 3: Attack by Stratagem; Chapter 4: Tactical Dispositions; Chapter 5: Energy; Chapter 6: Weak Points and Strong; Chapter 7: Maneuvering; Chapter 8: Variation in Tactics; Chapter 9: The Army on the March; Chapter 10: Terrain; Chapter 11: The Nine Situation.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, , c2011
Characteristics: 1 streaming video file (33 min.) :,sd., col
Alternative Title: Art of War