About the Book
The recently declassified Simple Sabotage Field Manual that has been created during World War 2 by the American Office of Strategic Services (the predecessor of todays CIA) has proven to be a most useful resource. You can grab a copy on the internet and read all about sabotaging railways, factories and other things during a war. But the real marvel of the work begins at page 28, in a chapter entitled General Interference with Organizations and Production. And in there, you will find all sabotaging techniquest that are still relevant today as in the days of WW2, perhaps even more.
Our book is partly based on the original Field Manual, however we have added many modern sabotaging techniques, especially regarding organizational changes and implementing new methods and processes, from our daily work. We have paid special attention to sabotaging agility, because normally we help companies adopt agile principles and practices and sabotage comes into our way many times.
About the Authors
I am an agile enthusiast, organizational change agent and a self-taught writer. I mainly write short articles, but I am working on larger books together with my friend Fred Williams.