The Witch Doctors: What the Management Gurus are Saying, why it Matters and how to Make Sense of it
A critique of management theory and the gurus who promote it. The authors, who spent two years travelling through Britain, the USA and the Far East, studying companies as they struggled to manage themselves, sort through the muddle of modern management theory and aim to explain it in plain English.
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Hold you nose and grit your teeth as John Micklethwait, Adrian Wooldridge take you on a tour through the buzzword word ridden world of the modern management guru. Like televangelists, these modern ... Read full review
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The authors, both writers for the Economist, provide here an excellent criticism of the gurus of management theory, including Peter Drucker, Tom Peters, John Naisbitt, Kenichi Ohmae, Ted Levitt, John ... Read full review
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The Witch Doctors: Making Sense of the Management Gurus
John Micklethwait,Andrian Wooldridge
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