Mary Parker Follett, a Progressive Era theorist called the "prophet of management" by Peter Drucker, is winning transdisciplinary converts as the world catches up with her. But as the authors argue, her work cannot be appreciated without understanding its grounding in relational process ontology. This book not only provides that necessary key, but it presents in one volume the major ideas and disciplines found in her work. The authors provide the structure, but fill it with Follett's own words-a wonderfully wise decision that lets readers be converted by Mary Parker Follett herself.
|Publisher:||Process Century Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Jeannine M. Love is an assistant professor of Public Administration at Roosevelt University in Chicago. Her research analyzes the rhetorics of individualism and freedom in political theory and practice, paying particular attention to issues of economic justice.