Strategy & Tactics
The value of the strategy information contained in the Aquiziam website will depend on how it is used and the way you apply them to achieve what you want. One of the main tools of the strategist is the tactic. This section provides a strategy list ranging from the works of Sun Tzu the mystery savant of China to the insights of Niccolo Machiavelli and the Medici princes.
To define tactics we can say that a tactic, whether for the realisation of a military or non-military objective, involves out-manoeuvring an opponent by deploying and directing information and resources to cause the opponent to behave in a certain way – often within an environment requiring concealment because, if recognised, these actions would be opposed.
Throughout history there have been people who have refined and recorded their ability to understand and use strategy. Aeneas Tacticus, Aelianus Tacticus, Alexander the Great, Sun Tzu, Musashi, Julius Caesar, Niccolo Machiavelli, Napoleon, Carl von Clausewitz, and Winston Churchill. A comprehensive study of their works as well as those from some less well known strategy specialists can be found here.