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Surfing the Edge of Chaos

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Every few years a book changes the way people think about a field. In psychology there is Daniel Goleman's Emotional Intelligence. In science, James Gleick's Chaos. In economics and finance, Burton Malkiel's A Random Walk Down Wall Street. And in business there is now Surfing the Edge of Chaos by Richard T. Pascale, Mark Millemann, and Linda Gioja.

Surfing the Edge of Chaos
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Published March 1st 2001 by Crown Business (first published 2001)
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Elio Nakouzi
This book discusses analogies between natural systems and trends in economics. Although very interesting, it is less rigorous and convincing than I hoped for.
Thought it was a wonderful illustration of parallels in nature and the business world!
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