Praise for The Rules of Victory

     “James Gimian has been amazingly skillful at translating Sun Tzu’s Art of War into everyday lessons that our global management team can apply on a daily basis at our rapidly growing and cutting-edge technology company.”—Marc Benioff, Chairman and CEO, salesforce.com

     “There are exquisite gems to be found in the deep seeing and listening this ancient text—here brought to life by Gimian and Boyce as a Way of being, a Way of acting wisely in the modern world—invites us to contemplate and ultimately, to embody.”—Jon Kabat-Zinn, author of Coming to Our Senses and Wherever you Go, There You Are

     “Few undertakings are more urgent in today’s world than deepening our understanding of conflict and equipping us with practical wisdom for engaging it. This wonderful book does both, illuminating timeless insights and offering us the skillful means to make our lives more whole.”—Erica Ariel Fox, founder of the Harvard Negotiation Insight Initiative

     “This is a brave, unique, and important book. It demands of us a new way of being and thinking so that we can deal more skillfully with conflict and chaos. Here is 2,500-year-old wisdom that couldn’t be more timely.”—Margaret J. Wheatley, author of Leadership and the New Science and Finding Our Way: Leadership for an Uncertain Time

     “This profound and practical interpretation of The Art of War is a wonderful gift to all of us who are working, in our sphere and in our own way, to make the world better—and to do so with an approach that ‘takes whole.’ I applaud this beautifully clear, purposeful, and valuable work.”—Adam Kahane, author of Solving Tough Problems