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Self‐organization: The Irresistible Future Of Organizing

M. J. Wheatley, Myron Kellner‐Rogers
Published 1996 · Economics

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Why do so many people in organizations feel discouraged and fearful about the future? Why does despair only increase as the fads fly by, shorter in duration, more costly in each attempt to improve? Why have the best efforts to create significant and enduring organizational change resulted in so many failures? We, and our organizations, exist in a world of constant evolutionary activity. Why has change become so unnatural in human organizations?



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