The Art Of War And How It Applies To Enterprise Architecture-backed Risk Management

“If you know the enemy and know  yourself, you need not fear the  result of a hundred battles. If you  know yourself but not the enemy,  for every victory gained you will  also suffer a defeat. If you know  neither the enemy nor yourself,  you will succumb in every battle.”

This quote comes from a translation of the Art of War by Sun  Tzu, written in China in what is  estimated to be 512 BC. It could  seem farfetched to assert that  this ancient quote is appropriate  in today’s business

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