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The Ronin Age

Creating Innovation and Radical Change in Organisation

The Ronin Age by Peter Sheldrake
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Originating from Japan, the term 'Ronin' refers to samurai who were no longer tied to a feudal lord -- often because their leader had been defeated. These 'master-less' warriors found themselves in unexpected and unfamiliar situations, living independently and, more often than not, solely by their wits. In the modern business context, these warriors are characterised by people and organisations who are willing to follow an independent path. Today's Ronin challenge the past and are often unwilling to continue to do things "in the old way".

The Ronin Age is a practical and highly motivating handbook for all organisational workers who find themselves tasked with bringing about innovation and radical change in their workplace. This book covers these issues and more, with critical insights, cases studies, accessible checklists and references to contemporary business theory.

Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Ptd Ltd; August 2003
137 pages; ISBN 9789812619174
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Title: The Ronin Age
Author: Peter Sheldrake