In this essay collection, Stephen Jay Gould examines the puzzles and paradoxes great and small that build nature's and humanity's diversity and order. He formulates a humanistic natural history, one that considers how humans have learned to study and understand nature, rather than a history of nature itself.
"Thoughtful and entertaining"
Phil Cousineau's lifetime of pilgrimage has taken him from the depths of lost jungles to the heights of the human soul, always with passion, curiosity, warmth, wisdom and humor. And in this little golden guide, he brings us along with him. This is an experience not to be missed, for any reason.
"Travleling with an open heart"
"These stories help us to see the best in others and inspire us to be the best we can be." From the youngest child to the oldest senior, each of us wants to help, to give back, to make a difference. We want to feed the hungry, care for the elderly, and teach the children. These heartwarming stories feature ordinary people doing extraordinary things.
Managers, organizations, and even whole societies repeatedly get trapped into solving the wrong problems. Errors can be traced to one fundamental flaw-misdirected thinking. Leading business professor Ian Mitroff asserts that the ability to spot the right problems, frame them correctly, and implement appropriate solutions is the true competitive edge of the successful and prosperous organization.