The age of unreason

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Harvard Business School Press, 1989 - Business & Economics - 278 pages
George Bernard Shaw observed that the reasonable man adapts himself to the world while the unreasonable man persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. In this book, Charles Handy shows why we need more unreasonable men and women today with the ability to break out of old ways of thinking in order to use change to our advantage.

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I have just re-read this book 20 years after the first time and enjoyed it immensely. It is about change and how we have to survive in business and life generally by embracing change. The strange ... Read full review

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Handy, a British specialist in organizational management, predicts that the 21st century will be the Age of Unreason. In an era when changes in business and society will be "discontinuous'' or ... Read full review

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The Argument
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The Numbers
31
The Theory
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