The 48 Laws of Powe

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Министерство ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ Республики Беларусь УЧРЕЖДЕНИЕ ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ
БЕЛОРУССКИЙ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННЫЙ УНИВЕРСИТЕТ

ИНСТИТУТ БИЗНЕСА И МЕНЕДЖМЕНТА ТЕХНОЛОГИЙ

ЭССЕ специальность 1-26 81 01 " Бизнес-администрирование "

по дисциплине: Менеджмент и организационное поведение

на тему: «Роберт Грин. 48 законов власти»

Работу выполнил: магистрант группы 410 Сухарко Александр Григорьевич

Работу проверил: Трапш Лола Владимировна

Минск 2011 Книга «48 законов власти» Роберта Грина является ценнейшим источником знаний и идей для людей находящихся во власти, или стремящихся к ней. Автор собрал воедино наверное все возможные стратегии достижения власти и его описание власти является всесторонним и обдуманным. По сути читателям открыта информация о том, с помощью каких методов на протяжении веков правители и политики приходили, да и сейчас приходят к власти. Книга определенно полезна и не только тем, кто мечтает о власти. Вся наша жизнь состоит из коммуникаций. И не так важно понимать, какие методики и манипуляции использует твой руководитель или просто человек, с которым пришлось столкнуться в жизни, как зная данные стратегии уметь защититься и найти противоядие. Однако, по моему мнению, стратегии приведенные автором, часто пересекаются с общепризнанными принципами этики и морали, перешагнуть через которые под силу не каждому, может быть только видным политическим деятелям, ведь не зря говорят сто «политика грязное дело» Продемонстрировать это можно на примере нескольких законов.
Закон 3. Скрывай свои намерения
Держите людей в потемках, в состоянии неустойчивого равновесия, никогда не раскрывая подоплеку своих действий. Пребывая в неведении относительно того, что вы хотите предпринять, они не смогут обеспечить себе защиту. Заведите их подальше по ложному следу,…...

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