Maj. Robert Rogers, who served in 1757 and led a legendary light infantry force, wrote 28 “Rules of Ranging” which combined Native American combat techniques as well as his guerrilla warfare strategies. In this series, these rules are applied to improving professional life. For example, Rule 10 says to disperse and meet in a new location when facing a superior enemy; this translates into advice for companies to keep small, efficient teams available when increasing in size or reorganizing. The Ranger Regiment knew the weakness of always maintaining high numbers. Businesses should recognize the importance of individual ability and adaptability of teams.