This study aims to explore whether the Chinese military ideology can propose a different Chinese organizational behavioral idea from Confucianism through the examination of “The Seven Classics of Military of Ancient China (武經七書). The framework of Western organizational behavior was combined in the study. This research is an exploratory study, and the research methods are carried out by literature analysis and interpretation. The research results show that besides of the military thinking, “Confucianism, Taoism, Moism and Legalism”, those traditional Chinese thoughts are also blended in those military classics. Unlike those traditional Chinese philosophical thoughts, the connotation of the military reflects the practical aspects of “Confucianism, Taoism, Moism and Legalism”. Furthermore, the Chinese military ideology highly emphasizing the importance to the establishment of individual psychological dynamics rather than incentives of fame and gain. It is suggested that more exploration of the contents of the Seven Military Classic Books are needed in the future. And it is also suggested that combining Western psychodynamic theory and Chinese indigenous psychology could contribute to the construction of psychological dynamics of Chinese organizations behavior study for modern Chinese organizations.