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Chet Richards was a close associate of the late US Air Force Colonel John Boyd beginning in the mid-1970s. He has consulted with a number of aerospace and professional services companies and has lectured at the Air War College and the Army's Command and General Staff College. He is the author of A Swift, Elusive Sword and other works on applications of Boyd's strategy. Chet holds a Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Mississippi and maintains a business and communications strategy practice with Tarkenton & Addams, Inc., a public relations firm in Atlanta, Georgia.
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In 2003 at Whiting Field NAS in Florida I took my first Familiarization... Read more
Great book on John Boyd's battle tested OODA loop strategy. I really enjoyed how this was not only applied to wartime scenarios but in the world of business as well.Published 1 month ago by Zach
Great topics and key point. A really worth while book. Not the best writing i have come across though.Published 2 months ago by Alexander Wiik
A very good read... Could only imagine what it was like to work with 40 second Boyd, RIP... Everyone who was "rescued" by the A-10 have Chet and Colonel Boyd to thank... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Robert Solovy
One of best business books I've read. Insightful and original thinking on time-based competition. Very well done.Published 6 months ago by Jon Kersey
As an instructor of Maneuver Conflict in the Marine Corps, I have not read a better all-around depiction and explanation of Boyd's theory. Read morePublished 7 months ago by TJF
great book. helps you create the mindset and ways to get your company to get better.Published 13 months ago by Anthony Petrucci
A classic, for fans of Boyd and all others.
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