"Management Rewired," by Charles Jacobs

05/22/2009 | Financial Times (subscription required)

The author, a consultant to Fortune 500 companies, argues that conventional business management doesn't work because it fails to take our animal nature into consideration. "Whether we're a chimpanzee or a corporate employee, we don't like being controlled by others," he writes. This reviewer finds the book goes a bit too far but says it makes a serious case and managers should take note.

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