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Very easy to read and understand.
When you realize you don't have a problem to be solved but a polarity to be managed, your approach and thinking changes, and so do your chances of being successful!!
This book really shows how we become stuck in dilemmas and static thinking, and how we can instead move at one with change.
Clear and concise; the book teaches great concepts for businesses and individuals. It’s worth a read. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tirzah M. McPherson
Excellent tool to use conflict creatively. Well written. Very easy to read and understand. Wish I would have been exposed to this material 40 years ago.Published 8 months ago by Richard Carroll
Everyone facing difficult problems should read this book. When you realize you don't have a problem to be solved but a polarity to be managed, your approach and thinking changes,... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Robert
I have long been familiar with the difference between 'both/and' vs, 'either/or' thinking and its application to leadership development. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Messy Miracles
A simple insight into how - if we treat everything & everyone as a problem then everyone & everything becomes a problem. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Rosemarie S
Book was recommended by an expert in the topic, and it supported the course I took well. I recommend it for a comprehensive discussion of the topicPublished 19 months ago by John Breckline
This is a good short book to read if you're interested in management techniques, polarity management is an interesting concept.Published 23 months ago by Lori
This is an essential tool for any leader in managing organizational or group issues of any size. Many issues in organizations are not problems to solve, but issues to manage.Published on March 21, 2013 by David A. Weikel
I chose this rating based upon usable material. I must say I have never considered the concepts presented in this book and probably would have been better off had I done so! Read morePublished on February 11, 2013 by M.J. Beatty