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Margaret J. Wheatley is president of the Berkana Institute, a non-profit educational and scientific research foundation supporting the discovery of new organizational forms. She is also a principal in Kellner-Rogers and Wheatley Inc, an international education and consulting firm applying show more principles of living systems to human organizations. show less
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Our understanding of the universe is being radically altered by the new science -- the Revolutionary discoveries in quantum physics, chaos theory, and molecular biology that are overturning in models of science that have dominated for centuries. Now Margaret Wheatley shows how the new science provides equally powerful insights for transforming how we organize work, people, and life.
 
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PendleHillLibrary | 7 other reviews | Apr 10, 2024 |
Wheatley provides a poetic and personal perspective on the interrelatedness of all creation. This is a deeply spiritual book beautifully written and designed. The author writes from the heart and thereby touches the reader’s heart. This is a book to be read contemplatively. The reader will be rewarded by allowing Wheatley’s heartfelt words to slowly seep into the soul.
 
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mitchellray | Jun 21, 2021 |
Vague, abstract, slightly frustrating, and comforting in its hopeful point of view. Life is playful, self-referential, messy, self-organizing, and a mutually co-dependent dance of exploration. Recommended for C. Alexander fans, systems folks, Caprof disciples, poets, ponderers, wanderers, the org.-minded, and anyone who's got the funny feeling that things just aren't right.
 
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