The Managerial Revolution: What Is Happening In The World
  • The Managerial Revolution: What Is Happening In The World
  • The Managerial Revolution: What Is Happening In The World
ISBN: 1839013184
EAN13: 9781839013188
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 18, 2021
Pages: 304
Dimensions: 0.68" H x 7.81" L x 5.06" W
Weight: 0.66 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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5
   Bureaucracy uber alles
Extremely well written and insightful ''. I have no weakness ''. In fact, faced with the towering intellect exhibited in this book, I feel it would be a tad presumptuous to argue for one.
 
5
   History repeats
If you don 't know what the future is like, read this book... History does indeed repeat itself. A Must read the following book :
 
4
   Cool history
Excited to dig into this bit of history? Great by the way! Amazing backstory on this book is featured.
 
4
   Educate
I would recommend reading to everyone who is always looking for education, I would recommend preparing ourselves for the thing that comes to us. Read the book The Complete Story.
 
5
   Excellent
James'analysis and theory present amazing parallels, especially in society as it stands today. I have no doubt that his theory of a true society came for most part managerial.
 
4
   Book Is an Adequate Reprint
Most polemics of this type become quickly dated. Burnham's comments on the emerging management class are still of great interest. His arguments on the prescient world turned out to be very postindustrial.
 
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   Important in that it shows how wrong predictions if the future can be.
As a retired Trotskyite turned so-called conservative, he showed some keen insight. I also liked his analysis of why capitalism must fail, though history has proven him wrong. I also liked his point that Marx failed to predict the rise of the technocrats as a middle ground between the Proletariat and the Cisternie, and that this has ruined Marx's position.
 
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