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Leadership and the New Science: Discovering Order in a Chaotic World

Leadership and the New Science launched a revolution by demonstrating that ideas drawn from quantum physics, chaos theory, and molecular biology could improve organizational performance. Margaret Wheatley called for free-flowing information, individual empowerment, relationship networks, and organizational change that evolves organically -- ideas that have become commonplace. Les mer
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Leadership and the New Science launched a revolution by demonstrating that ideas drawn from quantum physics, chaos theory, and molecular biology could improve organizational performance. Margaret Wheatley called for free-flowing information, individual empowerment, relationship networks, and organizational change that evolves organically -- ideas that have become commonplace. Now Wheatley's updated classic, based on her experiences with these ideas in a diverse number of organizations on five continents, is available in paperback.

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About this New Edition - Preface
New Chapter/Prologue
1. Discovering an Orderly World
2. Newtonian Organizations in a Quantum Age
3. Space is not Empty: Invisible Fields That Shape Behavior
4. The Participative Nature of the Universe
5. Change, Stability, and Renewal: The Paradoxes of Self-Organizing Systems
6. The Creative Energy of the Universe-Information
7. Chaos and the Strange Attractor of Meaning
8. Change-The Capacity of Life
9. The New Scientific Method
Epilogue: Journeying to a New World
Further Development of These Ideas and Practices
Bibliography
Index
About the Author

Om forfatteren

Margaret Wheatley is president of The Berkana Institute and an internationally acclaimed speaker and writer. She has been an organisational consultant and researcher since 1973. Her clients and audiences range from the head of the U.S. Army to twelve-year-old Girl Scouts, from CEOs to small town ministers