Rome started off as a small city state and expanded into an ascendant republic. Strategies of the Roman Republic included aggression, strong border territories, and alliances. When playing the game Risk, power, conquest and strategy play critical roles in success; likewise the Roman Republic used these concepts to fortify and expand their territory. In winning the game Risk, power is a key factor. To gain power, players must have lots of land, wealth and forces.
The United States is following the path of ancient Rome. Although there are many differences, their similarities indicate a similar fate for the U.S.A. I aim to examine the climate and structure of Ancient Rome which lead to its Rapid success and the similar system of the U.S. that in turn facilitated their ultra quick rise to power. Then by examining the results of this system, the corruption and Fundamental ideas that lead to the rise of a “Central Power” that came to be present in both nations and many say signaled the end of the Republic Era of Rome. I hope to provide critical review in which we can use as knowledge in indicating why the U.S. is currently in a state of decay.
Sun Tzu’s Art of War and John Kotter’s Leading Change unite to emphasize comprehensible strategy, inevitable change and quality leadership in order to achieve corporate achievement. A catalyst for organizational success is strategy. Having a solid plan can take your organization to new heights. So much preparation and analysis is necessary in order to prepare such a sound tactic. Being able to loo... ... middle of paper ... ... have the ability to rub off onto others, causing us to be leaders without us knowing.