In militancy, the manager chooses the way to punishment
and execution, command, and authority ... and needs the ability to change in
order to be effective.
When there is peace, the military manager, even the great
military leader, is not needed.
It is not always possible to restore peace in perilous
times. Those who disturb are often brought forth by forceful management.
A manager in times of militancy proceeds in an orderly
manner. ignorant actions result in casualties and loss of valuable
associates and outside allies.
Sometimes, a judicious retreat can avoid mistakes.
When order is restored, there is no longer nee for
punishment and execution. The manager then rewards meritorious achievement
and chastises those of little or no merit.