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Military Strategy and Training

In the woods at the Blackdown UK training ground

In the woods at the Blackdown UK training ground

Nowadays the business environment plays an important role in adopting strategic decisions. We apply military techniques to corporate team building programmes to help you improve your company’s performance and we do this by using our experience from the UK Special Forces. A business where multi-functional groups are required in order to meet the demands of the ever-changing environment.

Hannibal, the Carthaginian military commander who marched his army over the Pyrenees and Alps to attack the Roman Empire, used such multifunctional, multitasking groups, groups that had enough know how to see the bigger picture, that were objective enough to have a rigid perspective upon the tasks at hand and flexible enough to act as fast as it was required.

The five key military strategies and tactics we map to businesses like yours are:

  • Focus – Don’t split your forces, the enemy will have victory.
  • Indirect Approaches – Attacking your enemy where they don’t expect it.
  • Speed – Respond to threat quickly; beat the enemy’s expectations.
  • Intelligence – Actively collect intelligence about your opponents and understand each other.
  • Deception – “Mystify, Mislead and Surprise” General Thomas Jonathan ‘Stonewall’ Jackson

Interested? Call us on 0845 371 1334

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