Making the case for unreasonable management

09/17/2008 | BNET

Reasonable managers have to keep updating their resumes, adding to the ever-growing list of bankrupt companies they used to work for, says BNET blogger Jo Owen. "If Alexander the Great had been reasonable, he would have realized that he ruled a tin-pot state on the edge of civilization," she writes. "Being unreasonable, he conquered the entire civilized world by the age of 30."

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