Class book - easy to read and found relatable materials and stories to bring the content together.
Didn't suck as far as textbooks go.
David Bohm, the author of “On Dialogue,” was apparently recognized as one of the greatest theoretical physicists of the twentieth century. Read morePublished 13 months ago by A Certain Bibliophile
This book is highly readable, and it does not bog down the reader in a bunch of academic mumbo jumbo.Published 14 months ago by KATHY ROMEO
We talk to each other all the time. We think all the time. But we never stop to understand what this implies and means. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Felipe Andrés Gómez
Great in the weeds look at the roles of assumptions and opinions in creating dialogue. First example of in depth treatment I have read.Published 16 months ago by Gene Atherton
Preface by Peter Senge is worth a read in and of itself! "...a growing recognition that the complex problem our organizations and societies face demand a deeper listening and... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Alicia Crumpton
The preface from Peter Senge is itself well worth the read on its own, I am a fan of Peter too. Bohm has impacted so many great thinkers, including the Dali Lama. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Glenn A. Carleton