The Art of War for Project Managers

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Dave Prior explains how to use the teachings in Sun Tzu's masterpiece for success at work. While this presentation is geared towards in your role as a project manager, many of the lessons can be applied in other facets of day-to-day life to help you subtly manipulate a situation towards a desired outcome.

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Simply a great presentation. I liked the example "Be like Water", when Dave played with his water bottle and mapped the idea with the projects.

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Great presentation!

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Excellent presentation, good job.

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widely applicable to life as well as project management.

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Excellent presentation. It gives good knowledge to PMs

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Dave does a great job of applying Sun Tzu's tools and techniques into practical ways to improve project management. Mapping the terminology to the business environment and project management perspective really opened my eyes. I will definitely be thinking through these principles, and using them, from now on.

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War:document, communicate and administ key project management processes within the project team and across the company...

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Great presentation, with excellent principles which open your mind and can be used in every day life aswell as project management

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