Strategy of the dolphin: scoring a win in a chaotic world
Using the metaphor of the dolphin to exemplify new age thinking, the authors offer business advice on organizing meaninful change before the competition, maximizing human resources, problem solving, and simply doing more with less
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For the first time, sizable numbers of human brains have access to three separate
scaling factors simultaneously. Those who cannot remember the past are
condemned to repeat it. GEORGE SANTAYANA Compared to what we ought to
be, we ...
Typically, under stress the brain re treats to "doing more of the same harder. ...
generating and "actualizing" self- stress or exit stress, the human brain still
typically shifts to back-brain modes as it retreats to "doing more of the same
Dr. George Edgin Pugh, The Biological Origin of Human Values (New York: Basic
Books, 1977), pp. 151-52. 3. Harold ... A. R. Luria, The Human Brain and
Psychological Processes (New York: Harper & Row, 1966), p. 531. 3. David Loye
, The ...
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Animal imagery in business books is in vogue, e.g., in Harvey Mackay's Swim with the Sharks ( LJ 4/15/88), Albert J. Bernstein and Sydney Craft Rozen's Dinosaur Brains ( LJ 4/1/89), and now in ... Read full review
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THE DOLPHINS SPECIAL
THE CRITICAL DOLPHIN SKILL
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