Certain to Win

The Strategy Of John Boyd, Applied To Business

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Advance reviews of Certain to Win
Certain to Win [Sun Tzüs prognosis for generals who follow his advice]
develops the strategy of the late US Air Force Colonel John R. Boyd for the world
of business. Robert Coram's monumental biography, Boyd, the Fighter Pilot
Who Changed the Art of War, rekindled interest in this obscure pilot and documented
his influence on military matters ranging from the design of the F-15 and F-16 fighters
to the planning for Operation Desert Storm to the execution of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Unfortunately Boyd's written legacy, consisting of a single paper and a four-set
cycle of briefings, addresses strategy only in war. [All Boyd¿s briefings are available
on
Defense and the National Interest.]
Boyd and Business
Boyd did study business. He read everything he could find on the Toyota
Production System and came to consider it as an implementation of ideas similar
to his own. He took business into account when he formulated the final version of
his "OODA
loop" and in his last major briefing, Conceptual Spiral, on science and
technology. He read and commented on early versions of this manuscript, but he never
wrote on how business could operate more profitably by using his ideas.
Other writers and business strategists have taken up the challenge, introducing
Boyd's concepts and suggesting applications to business. Keith Hammonds, in
the magazine Fast Company, George Stalk and Tom Hout in Competing Against
Time, and Tom Peters most recently in Re-imagine! have described the
OODA loop and its effects on competitors.
They made significan
ISBN
9781413453775
Vorm
Gebonden
Uitgever
Xlibris
Druk
1e
Verschenen
01-01-2004
Taal
Engels
Pagina's
188 pp.
Genre
Management, Economie & Communicatie
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