Mar 08, 12
Read from March 21 to 23, 2012
The book is started from conveying great, but a bit unusual concept: "performing your responsibilities good enough is not quite enough" - we're all interwined in a complex system, and it's efficiency depends on lots of parts. It's ended with the similar "doing stuff good on your own is not enough", while ephasis this time is on looking for people like you to kick off with the transformation together.
Systems thinking is still more of a buzzword to me than a salvation, but the book is nice to read and highly appeals to me in phylosophical sense:) Probably I'll have to return to it a bit later:)