According to former Air Force pilot-turned-management guru James D. Murphy, businesses need to take a lesson from the American military's fighter pilots. While F-15s, F-16s and F/A-18s are the ultimate aerial combat machines, they are entirely dependent on the men and women who fly and maintain them. At Mach 2, the instrument panel is screaming out information, the horizon is a blur, the wingman is busy, the pilot's busy, the jet is hanging on the edge-and yet fighter pilots handle it routinely. It's not much different in today's fast-paced, unforgiving world of business. By analysing the work environment and attacking its centers of gravity in parallel, he shows how to use the Plan-Brief-Execute-Debrief-Win cycle to revolutionize chances for your business's success.