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Past. Maneggiare (Italian) — to handle, especially to manage or train horses.
Menager (French) — to use carefully, to husband, to spare. Diehard — His not to
reason why; breakdown by keeping uptight. Dropout — His but to reason why; ...
John McHale also observes in The Future of the Future: "The number of
professionals engaged in exploring the future is possibly matched only by the
number employed in excavating the past." The danger is no longer that the future
will be ...
The replaying of past events in "realistic" ways began with the power of print to
retrieve the ancient authors and historians. The Elizabethan stage projected
scenes and characters of the past as a staple entertainment. Our power to
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TAKE TODAY: The Executive As DropoutCrítica de los usuarios - Kirkus
This paste-up of aphorisms, punditry, and Joycean puns takes a few cliches and splices them with McLuhanist motifs and updatings. "Brainstorming," the fad of the '50's; the hoary "managerial ... Leer comentario completo
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MANAGEMENT AS BORROWING BURROWING BARROWING
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