Developing a Winning Strategy
This chapter examines how George Washington developed a winning strategy against the British forces during the American Revolution and its relevance to business leadership. Washington developed his long-term strategy based on his successes in Trenton and Princeton, New Jersey, which he called the Fabian Strategy. This strategy involved the creation of independent commands which allowed the leaders of these detachments to carry the war to the British, attacking only the disperse units of the enemy to force them on the defensive.
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