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Uncommon Sense, Common Nonsense: Why some organisa&hellip by Jules Goddard
I found this an unusual, and unusually good, book.

It is unconventional in its format - a series of interrelated essays rather than long chapters - that make it enjoyable and easy to read, especially if you have bite-sized chunks of time to fill, for example as a regular traveller.

However, the book's real value comes from its ability to uncover underlying assumptions and management conventions and turn them on their head. This is a book that really makes you think.

The authors draw intelligently upon a wide range of disciplines - economics, strategy, marketing, operations management, organisational behavior, education and so on - and weave them expertly… Read more