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A Simpler Way
by Margaret J Wheatley ; Myron Kellner-Rogers
Binding: Audio Cassette, Abridged edition
Publisher: Audio Literature
Weight: 0.32 pound
Dimension: H: 0.75 x L: 7.11 x W: 0.46 inches
ISBN 10: 1574530534
ISBN 13: 9781574530537
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Using the language of the new sciences, the authors explain how a simpler way can be applied to organizations through play, the emergence of new structures, and the idea of 'coherence.' When the world is seen in a simpler way, they say, we can move with more assurance, the world supports our efforts and we can create, experiment, organize, fail, accomplish, play, learn and create again. 2 cassettes. /Content /EditorialReview EditorialReview Source Review /Source Content Strikingly different from most business books it opens and closes with a pair of very powerful black and white photo essays, for example A Simpler Way lays out a fascinating and productive reexamination of the traditional tenets of organizational behavior. Internationally known consultants Margaret J. Wheatley (Leadership and the New Science) and Myron Kellner Rogers focus on the basic themes of play, organization, self, emergence, and notions of coherence to explore how people really systemize their existence. The authors draw upon science, poetry, philosophy, and other unconventional corporate resources to suggest a completely original method of working together. 'There is a simpler way to organize human endeavor,' they write. 'It requires a new way of being in the world. It requires being in the world without fear. Being in the world with play and creativity. Seeking after what's possible. Being willing to learn and to be surprised.'

While A Simpler Way may appear too New Age for some readers, this beautifully produced book hits the mark by bringing together an array of unexpected ideas as the authors look anew at established theories of human behavior to propose a decidedly unique way of promoting organization and achieving success. Howard Rothman

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