Summary of West Point Leadership Lessons
Duty, Honor and Other Management Principles
West Point grads bring some very important assets to business, such as duty, honor, insight, proficiency and loyalty.
Author Scott Snair got admitted to West Point Military Academy, the U.S. Army’s elite university, the hard way: rising through the enlisted ranks until he was almost too old to qualify for admission. He rose to become the president of his graduating class. Because he is a Desert Storm veteran, Snair’s sincerity is beyond question. His book, if not distinctive, is as solid as the paint job on an M1-A1 Abrams tank and rolls sturdily through a market filled with books that extend the military leadership model into the realm of business. Although Snair’s efforts to apply military lessons to business situations seem strained, his anecdotes are interesting and his principles are rock-solid and time-tested. He believes in establishing your leadership chops by seeking additional responsibility, and in fulfilling your commitments with honor and integrity. getAbstract.com salutes that and agrees that his book will help you be a better leader. Professionals with an interest in the military will find it particularly engaging.
In this summary, you will learn
- What basic lessons West Point Military Academy teaches;
- How they apply to business and leadership; and
- How to succeed based on these principles.
About the Author
Scott Snair, a cannon platoon leader during Operation Desert Storm, was president of the West Point class of 1988. Currently he is a business consultant and writer in New Jersey.
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