I'm designing a pompous and pretentious poster for the way we work in our company. Let's call the company "Initech" for this discussion.
I used the zero article, omitting "the", in the slogan "The Sacred Principles of Initech Way". My intention was to make a parallel between "Initech Way" and great traditions like Zen and Kendo. In this vein, "Initech Way" would connote "The Path of Initech", instead of "The way we work at Initech". I think this is similar to "Do" in Japanese martial arts, for example, kendo meaning "The way of the sword". So, "Initech Way" could be thought as "Initech-do" in my intended meaning.
Is using zero article in "The Sacred Principles of Initech Way" grammatically correct? If it can be seen as correct, does it still sound like an unintentional mistake?