The Marine Corps Way by Jason A. Santamaria
Using Maneuver Warfare to Lead a Winning Organization

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This title highlights leadership strategy designed for the battlefield, adapted for the boardroom. It is based on a cover story in the Harvard Business Review entitled "Maneuver Warfare," "The Marine Corps Way" shows business leaders and managers how to adopt the principles and strategies that have made the Marine Corps so successful. Written by a Wharton professor and two former Marines who have now moved on to the business world, the book brings a consummate mix of business savvy and military know-how to bear on the challenges faced by today's managers. The centerpiece of the management model it espouses is maneuver warfare, in which the forces of disorder and uncertainty are used to undermine an enemy's ability to fight as a coordinated, effective whole. In "The Marine Corps Way", rousing case studies and examples culled from both military and business history illustrate the power of maneuver warfare tactics, and how to use them to win the war for profits and market share.

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Jason A. Santamaria is currently an independent business consultant in Durham, North Carolina. He is a former Marine Corps artillery officer, Morgan Stanley investment banker, McKinsey consultant, and J. William Fulbright scholar. Vincent Martino is currently a senior business analyst for Capital One Financial. He is a fomer Marine Corps communications officer and a graduate of the United States Naval Academy. An avid fly fisherman, he resides in Boise, Idaho, with his wife, Stacy, and son, Christopher. Eric K. Clemons is a professor of operations and information management at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business. He resides in Philadelphia with his wife, Jean, and daughter, Julia.
Published December 22, 2003 by McGraw-Hill. 240 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help, History. Non-fiction

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Business professor Clemons and ex-marines Martino and Santamaria argue in this strident treatise that what works for the Marines--""maneuver warfare""--should work for business.

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