Beside not knowing the approach to connecting the right practices to the principles, these pseudo experts do not know how to assess a situation in terms of risk, uncertainty and volatility.
Some of these bogus experts believed that the Art of War essay (or The Prince essay) is the absolute answer to outwitting their competitors. They also spent an abundance of time, emphasizing on the message of "rah-rah" leadership and self-empowerment while presenting an amateurish view of planning.
This perspective indirectly means that these people could barely assess the predictability and the complexity of a situation without ever knowing how to assess its disposition, its momentum of change and the reality from the abyss of illusions.
Some of the serious strategy professionals quietly viewed this perspective as a moral hazard. . . . However, these "thoughtless carbos" have served the immediate wants of the mindless masses.
Why do some of these pseudo experts claimed that they know the Art of War when they do not comprehend the process of assessing their strategic settings? After awhile, we stopped wondering about the reasons of that behavior. ... In the information economy, deception is the norm. ... The masses love the message of a "simple but irrelevant" solution in a complex world. ... The flock that followed these pseudo experts, deserve the obvious
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