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Inhaltsangabe: The Strategic Way is written based on the works of several great war-strategists and thinkers of China who lived between 2,000 to 3,000 years ago. For thousands of years, China was in a warring state and thus accumulated a lot of experience and wisdom in terms of war strategies. Some of the more common and well-known classics include Sun Zi's Art of War, Sun Pin's Art of War and the Strategies of Zhu GeLiang, to name a few. The Strategic Way advocates that one should first understand oneself before seeking to understand others. A good strategist must be sensitive to and be able to assess the environment well before developing this information into strategies. In today's context, information is the energy of the mind. A good strategist is able to turn information into intelligence, thereby seeing opportunity in any situation. Finally, observing the right timing, known as the opportune time, before taking action is the key determinant to every success. If one is able to combine western management principles with Chinese business strategies, then economic and business success will be a natural outcome. As long as one is sensitive to the environment and is always well-prepared (by observing the right moment), it is not difficult to capitalize on opportunity when it arises.
About the Author: DR SHEH is an internal Management Consultant for a shipping (listed in Jakarta and Singapore Stock Exchange markets) and resource-based conglomerate in Indonesia/Singapore, specializing in family business succession and change management programs. In addition to this, he is a Research Consultant for a higher learning institution and an Adjunct Lecturer at the University of South Australia, supervising over 20 doctorate students in Singapore/Hong Kong/China/Malaysia since 2002. Sheh has served as a lecturer and trainer at several private academic institutions for over 20 years and has taught on principles of management, organizational behavior, finance, personnel, marketing, economics, business development, cross-culture management and global business for diploma, bachelor degree and master degree programs. He has supervised more than 20 doctoral students over the past 8 years with 15 of his students obtaining doctorate degrees. Sheh was conferred a scholarship by the Public Service Department (Malaysia) to pursue his BBA. He was also awarded a research scholarship from the National University of Singapore to pursue his Master of Science (Management) degree. His scope of research includes Chinese values, Chinese leadership, Chinese family business and Change Management, focusing on medium- to large-sized organizations.
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