Monday, February 22, 2016

Rationalism in Management

Theodore Dalrymple is feeling listless: "T.S. Eliot said that some people dream of a society so perfect that nobody would have to be good. Likewise, some people (managers mostly) dream of processes or forms so comprehensive that no one will have to think."

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