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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
Wheatley comes across as if she'd rather be out catching butterflies or finger-painting. It's a textbook so there's not much you can do to avoid it, but here's a little secret if... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kris k.
Don't care the poetry artistic approach and writing style. Not saying it's a bad book but im not a fan of this writing style.Published 4 months ago by fareedah garcia
Margret Wheatley does not disappoint. Very insightful. Opens ones thinking about possibliities for everyday living. I also recommend her other books.Published 9 months ago by P. A. Pierce
This was my first book on what I would learn is called quantum thinking. Another deep, inspiring and thoughtful book, as is characteristic of Margaret. I'd read anything by her.Published on December 2, 2012 by BeTheChangeWeSeek
In this book organizations are described as living systems that are self-organizing and seek order in a disorderly way. Read morePublished on November 5, 2011 by Marty Jacobs
This is not the usual 'run of the mill' business book.
A first glance reveals that rather than stodgy text it begins with photographs, not diagrams, charts, graphs. Read more
This book was recommended to me by a friend but it was very difficult to find it in Greece. I find it very interesting and well written book.Published on February 27, 2008 by Eyaggelos Kriezis