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36 Strategists Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Strategists Sayings By Jamais Cascio: Much as Cold War nuclear strategists could argue about winning a nuclear war by having Much as Cold War nuclear strategists could argue about winning a nuclear war by having more survivors, advocates of a Global Warming War might see the United States, Western Europe, or Russia as better able to ride out climate disruption and manipulation than, say, China or the countries of the Middle East. — Jamais Cascio
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Strategists Sayings By Gwynne Dyer: The military profession, especially is the long-established great powers, is deeply pessimistic about the likelihood The military profession, especially is the long-established great powers, is deeply pessimistic about the likelihood that people and countries will behave well under stress. Professional officers are trained to think in terms of emergent threats, and this [climate change] is as big a threat as you are going to find. Never mind what the pundits are telling the public about the perils of climate change; what are the military strategists telling their governments. This will tell us a great deal about the probable shape of the future, although it may not tell any anything that we want to hear. — Gwynne Dyer
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Strategists Sayings By Peter Drucker: Unless strategy evaluation is performed seriously and systematically, and unless strategists are willing to act Unless strategy evaluation is performed seriously and systematically, and unless strategists are willing to act on the results, energy will be used up defending yesterday. — Peter Drucker
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Strategists Sayings By Anatoliy Golitsyn: The Soviet transition to a new political structure shows that the Soviet strategists are thinking, The Soviet transition to a new political structure shows that the Soviet strategists are thinking, planning and acting in broad terms, way beyond the imagination of Western politicians. For this reason Western politicians cannot grasp the fact that the Soviet intention is to win by 'democratic' means. Through transition to a new system, the Soviets are revitalising their own people and institutions, and they are succeeding. Contrary to Western belief, they are holding their ranks together. — Anatoliy Golitsyn
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Strategists Sayings By J.R. Moehringer: Basketball's eras are defined by teams - Celtics, Lakers, Bulls - and baseball's epochs are Basketball's eras are defined by teams - Celtics, Lakers, Bulls - and baseball's epochs are defined by players - Ruth, Robinson, Mantle - but with football, it's the sideline strategists, the nutty professors and top coated Lears. — J.R. Moehringer
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Strategists Sayings By Michael Scott: Battles are won by men. Wars are won by strategists. Battles are won by men. Wars are won by strategists. — Michael Scott
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Strategists Sayings By James Gleick: The Internet has taken shape with startlingly little planning? The most universal and indispensable network The Internet has taken shape with startlingly little planning? The most universal and indispensable network on the planet somehow burgeoned without so muchasa boardofdirectors, never minda mergers-and- acquisitions department. There is a paradoxical lesson here for strategists. In economic terms, the great corporations are acting like socialist planners, while old- fashioned free-market capitalism blossoms at their feet. — James Gleick
Strategists Sayings By Ashwin Sanghi: Consider an event from the life of Napoleon Bonaparte, one of the world's greatest military Consider an event from the life of Napoleon Bonaparte, one of the world's greatest military strategists: During a meeting, his subordinates informed Napoleon Bonaparte of a new general who was turning out to be extremely capable. The new man's bravery, skill, determination and organizational capabilities were outlined for Napoleon in great detail. Napoleon waved his hand impatiently. 'That's all very well,' said Napoleon. 'But tell me: Is he lucky?' Napoleon's question may sound rather strange in our times, but he saw luck as a personal trait rather than an extraneous factor. A — Ashwin Sanghi
Strategists Sayings By Stephen Kinzer: Adroit geo-strategists take new realities into account as they try to imagine how global politics Adroit geo-strategists take new realities into account as they try to imagine how global politics will unfold. In the foreign policy business, however, inertia is a powerful force and 'adroit' a little-known concept. — Stephen Kinzer
Strategists Sayings By Sun Tzu: Winning Strategists are certain of triumph before seeking a challenge. Losing Strategists are certain to Winning Strategists are certain of triumph before seeking a challenge. Losing Strategists are certain to challenge before seeking a triumph. — Sun Tzu
Strategists Sayings By Joyce Shaughnessy: After months of rumors, inference, and horrible miscalculations, the impossible had happened. The U.S. Pacific After months of rumors, inference, and horrible miscalculations, the impossible had happened. The U.S. Pacific fleet lay twisted anad burning at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean in Honolulu. Had he been wrong about Japan not taking an offensive right now? God, he had thousands of men and women to think of, and he feared in his heart that it might not turn out the way he had seen it. He felt doomed, almost paralyzed by his gross miscalculation. He determined, however, that he would not let the word out about Pearl Harbor until he could meet with his American strategists and Philippine President Manuel Quezon. — Joyce Shaughnessy
Strategists Sayings By Jimmy Fallon: A tell-all book by David Axelrod, one of President Obama's former strategists, reveals that Obama A tell-all book by David Axelrod, one of President Obama's former strategists, reveals that Obama chose Joe Biden as his VP because of his energy and enthusiasm. You know, the qualities you look for in someone whose main job is traveling to state funerals. — Jimmy Fallon
Strategists Sayings By Fred R. David: A clear mission statement describes the values and priorities of an organization. Developing a mission A clear mission statement describes the values and priorities of an organization. Developing a mission statement compels strategists to think about the nature and scope of present operations and to assess the potential attractiveness of future markets and activities. A mission statement broadly charts the future direction of an organization. A mission statement is a constant reminder to its employees of why the organization exists and what the founders envisioned when they put their fame and fortune at risk to breathe life into their dreams. — Fred R. David
Strategists Sayings By Nick Hanauer: I'm not the world's best philosopher. But I am one of the world's best strategists. I'm not the world's best philosopher. But I am one of the world's best strategists. I will put my strategic abilities against anybody on Earth. — Nick Hanauer
Strategists Sayings By Thaksin Shinawatra: I am active in brain storming with our people, our strategists, in Thailand. I am active in brain storming with our people, our strategists, in Thailand. — Thaksin Shinawatra
Strategists Sayings By Jay Leno: The Democrats are all over this. Democratic strategists feel John Kerry's war record means he The Democrats are all over this. Democratic strategists feel John Kerry's war record means he can beat Bush. They say when it comes down to it voters will always vote for a war hero over someone who tried to get out of the war. I'll be sure to mention that to Bob Dole when I see him. — Jay Leno
Strategists Sayings By Chuck D: When culture is created in boardrooms with a panel of six or seven strategists for When culture is created in boardrooms with a panel of six or seven strategists for the masses to follow, to me that is no different than an aristocracy. It's not created from the people in the middle of the streets, so to speak. It is created from a petri dish for the sake of making money, and it is undermining the longevity of the culture. — Chuck D
Strategists Sayings By Max McKeown: Strategists who don't take time to think are just planners. Strategists who don't take time to think are just planners. — Max McKeown
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Strategists Sayings By Victor Hugo: But who among us is perfect? Even the greatest strategists have their eclipses, and the But who among us is perfect? Even the greatest strategists have their eclipses, and the greatest blunders, like the thickest ropes, are often compounded of a multitude of strands. Take the rope apart, separate it into the small threads that compose it, and you can break them one by one. You think, 'That is all there was!' But twist them all together and you have something tremendous. — Victor Hugo
Strategists Sayings By William J. Bernstein: When it comes to fund managers and market strategists, this year's hero usually turns into When it comes to fund managers and market strategists, this year's hero usually turns into next year's zero. — William J. Bernstein
Strategists Sayings By Nassim Nicholas Taleb: While the meetings included traders, that is, people who are judged on their numerical performance, While the meetings included traders, that is, people who are judged on their numerical performance, it was mostly a forum for salespeople (people capable of charming customers), and the category of entertainers called Wall Street "economists" or "strategists," who make pronouncements on the fate of the markets, but do not engage in any form of risk taking, thus having their success dependent on rhetoric rather than actually testable facts. — Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Strategists Sayings By Christopher Michael Cillizza: Prominent Democratic strategists are growing increasingly nervous that the national political environment is not only Prominent Democratic strategists are growing increasingly nervous that the national political environment is not only bad for their side but moving in the wrong direction in the final days before the election, a trend that not only could cost their party control of the Senate but also result in double-digit House losses. — Christopher Michael Cillizza
Strategists Sayings By Javier Cercas: He (Antonio Machado) was old, weary and ill, and he no longer believed in Franco's He (Antonio Machado) was old, weary and ill, and he no longer believed in Franco's defeat. He wrote 'This is the end; any day now Barcelona will fall. For the strategists, for the politicians, for the historians, it is all clear: we have lost the war. But in human terms, I am not so sure. Perhaps we have won. — Javier Cercas
Strategists Sayings By Colin Ward: American strategists have calculated the proportion of civilians killed in this century's major wars. In American strategists have calculated the proportion of civilians killed in this century's major wars. In the First World War, 5 percent of those killed were civilians, in the Second World War 48 percent, while in a Third World War 90-95 percent would be civilians. — Colin Ward
Strategists Sayings By William H. Frey: New racial minorities now constitute a fresh and welcome presence in the suburbs and slow-growing New racial minorities now constitute a fresh and welcome presence in the suburbs and slow-growing rural areas as well as in big cities. They are a much-needed tonic for a labor force that would otherwise be starting to shrink. Furthermore, they will serve as a necessary conduit to other nations in today's increasingly globalized economy. The political clout of racial minorities, both new and old, was demonstrated in the 2008 and 2012 U.S. presidential elections, and diversity within the electorate continues to increase more rapidly than most political strategists could have anticipated only a couple of election cycles ago. — William H. Frey
Strategists Sayings By Robert Waterman Jr.: Most of us fear change. Even when our minds say change is normal, our stomachs Most of us fear change. Even when our minds say change is normal, our stomachs quiver at the prospect. But for strategists and managers today, there is no choice but to change. — Robert Waterman Jr.
Strategists Sayings By Larry Sabato: A dangerous thesis has taken hold among many in the GOP: that it might be A dangerous thesis has taken hold among many in the GOP: that it might be better to lose the '06 election and re-group. In American history, when a faction in the majority party decides the party is tired and could benefit from some time in the wilderness, the voters usually oblige. Most recently, the latest issue of Washington Monthly includes a cover story [link] featuring seven such articles from prominent Republican strategists, insiders and commentators. — Larry Sabato
Strategists Sayings By Yoshie Minami: What a Shinobi Should Keep in Mind to Know the Enemy: It is essential for What a Shinobi Should Keep in Mind to Know the Enemy: It is essential for a shinobi monomi [covert scout] to speculate deeply about the way the enemy is. However, you should not report what is not reasonable enough to report. The commander in chief, troop commanders, or strategists make their strategy about the enemy based on the information given from the above covert scouts. This is critical to defense; whether the information is reliable or not is of vital importance. — Yoshie Minami
Strategists Sayings By Anita Brookner: Real love is a pilgrimage. It happens when there is no strategy, but it is Real love is a pilgrimage. It happens when there is no strategy, but it is very rare because most people are strategistsAnita Brookner
Strategists Sayings By Chuck D: I became tired of submitting my art to a panel of corporate strategists who decide I became tired of submitting my art to a panel of corporate strategists who decide if it meets their standard of what gets into stores or not. It was quite simple for me: they act like judge and jury of my art, and that is unacceptable. I wanted to give it right to the public. — Chuck D
Strategists Sayings By Evelyn Waugh: Thus strategists hesitate over the map, the few pins and lines of coloured chalk, contemplating Thus strategists hesitate over the map, the few pins and lines of coloured chalk, contemplating a change in the pins and lines, a matter of inches, which outside the room, out of sight of the studious officers, may engulf the past, present and future in ruin or life. She was a symbol to herself then, lacking the life of both child and woman; victory and defeat were changes of pin and line; she knew nothing of war. — Evelyn Waugh
Strategists Sayings By Lynne C. Lancaster: People learn best and fastest from making their own mistakes and fixing them. It's painful People learn best and fastest from making their own mistakes and fixing them. It's painful to watch a child flounder, but in the long run children become more resilient and resourceful if they have to deal with failure once in a while. One of the biggest fears of today's business strategists is that we are producing a coddled workforce of straight "A" students who are afraid to go out on a limb for fear they'll fall. American innovation was born out of metaphorical scraped knees and bloody noses. A generation that's been told they shouldn't even touch a doorknob without applying antibacterial hand sanitizer may not have the rough and tumble qualities needed to compete in a global dog-eat-dog economy. — Lynne C. Lancaster
Strategists Sayings By Everett C. Dolman: Strategists seek to increase available options by manipulating structure and context, and in this way Strategists seek to increase available options by manipulating structure and context, and in this way dictate the terms of conflict. One of the most captivating discussions of manipulating rules and boundaries to further the end of politics is in William Riker's thought-provoking conception of heresthetics. Riker produces more than a dozen examples of a master strategist's manipulation of perceptions, agendas, rules, and procedures to assure the strategist's desired results would ensue. The strategist does not seek a specific outcome or decision; instead the process of decision-making is altered to increase the likelihood that a desired decision will be made. In most cases, the strategist provides additional choices for the opponent, inducing the other side to make a decision that was not previously apparent, but now seems necessary. By increasing the choices of others, strategists increase their own power. — Everett C. Dolman
Strategists Sayings By Stanislaw Lem: he could come up with a better idea than anything proposed by all the scientists, he could come up with a better idea than anything proposed by all the scientists, the cyberneticians and strategists, with all their computers? — Stanislaw Lem
Strategists Sayings By Anatoliy Golitsyn: They [the Soviets] intend ... to induce the Americans to adopt their own 'restructuring' and They [the Soviets] intend ... to induce the Americans to adopt their own 'restructuring' and convergence of the Soviet and American systems using to this end the fear of nuclear conflict ... Convergence will be accompanied by blood baths and political re-education camps in Western Europe and the United States. The Soviet strategists are counting on an economic depression in the United States and intend to introduce their reformed model of socialism with a human face as an alternative to the American system during the depression. — Anatoliy Golitsyn