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The Age of Heretics
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Foreword by Warren Bennis. Preface by Steven Wheeler and Walter McFarland. To the Reader. 1. Monastics: Corporate Culture and Its Discontents, 1945 to Today. 2. Pelagians: National Training Laboratories, 1947?1962. 3. Reformists: Workplace Redesign at Procter & Gamble and the Gaines Dog Food Plant in Topeka, 1961?1973. 4. Protesters: Saul Alinsky, FIGHTON, Campaign GM, and the Shareholder Activism Movement, 1964?1971. 5. Mystics: Royal Dutch/Shell?s Scenario Planners, 1967?1973. 6. Lovers of Faith and Reason: Heretical Engineers at Stanford Research Institute and MIT, 1955?1971. 7. Parzival?s Dilemma: Edie Seashore, Chris Argyris, and Warren Bennis, 1959?1979. 8. Millenarians: Erewhon, the SRI Futures Group, Herman Kahn, Royal Dutch/Shell, and Amory Lovins, 1968?1979. 9. The Rapids: Hayes and Abernathy, Tom Peters, W. Edwards Deming, the Creators of GE Work-Out, and Other Synthesizers of Management Change, 1974?1982. Bibliography. Notes. Acknowledgments. About the Author. Index.

About the Author

THE AUTHOR ART KLEINER is the editor-in-chief of the quarterly magazine strategy+business (http://www.strategy-business.com). He is the author or coauthor of several acclaimed business books, and is a faculty member at New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program. His articles have been published in a variety of places, including Wired, Fast Company, Harvard Business Review, and The New York Times Magazine.

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"An inspiring and enlightening reading for any business person who fears their ideas may face initial rejection." (The Midwest Book Review, October 2008) Voted a "Best Business Book of 2008" by the Miami Herald

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