Wisdom as learned ignorance: integrating east-west perspectives

R. Chia, R. Holt, Eric, H Kessler (Editor), James, R Bailey (Editor)

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    Abstract

    This chapter discusses wisdom as learned ignorance, integrating east-west perspectives. It is a chapter in the handbook of organizational and managerial wisdom. Wisdom is among the most complex and profound concepts in our vernacular. It represents the epitome of human development and conduct, characterizing the most enlightened and successful people and collectives.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationHandbook of organizational and managerial wisdom
    Place of PublicationLondon
    Pages505-526
    Number of pages21
    Publication statusPublished - 10 Jul 2007

    Keywords

    • wisdom
    • ignorance
    • east-west perspectives
    • organizational management
    • managerial wisdom
    • human development

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    Chia, R., Holt, R., Kessler, E. H. (Ed.), & Bailey, J. R. (Ed.) (2007). Wisdom as learned ignorance: integrating east-west perspectives. In Handbook of organizational and managerial wisdom (pp. 505-526). London.