‘ ‘ I Don ’ t Have Time to Think ! ’ ’ versus the Art of Re ective Practice

@inproceedings{Raelin2002I,
  title={‘ ‘ I Don ’ t Have Time to Think ! ’ ’ versus the Art of Re ective Practice},
  author={Joseph A. Raelin},
  year={2002}
}
‘‘Susan, you’re next. As you know, we Žgure the Cadlink merger is going ahead. They expect their Wentworth localization unit to be merged with your marketing group. What do you think?’’ ‘‘No problem, Charlie,’’ Susan replied. ‘‘We can integrate them, no sweat.’’ ‘‘Wait a second,’’ Charlie said, looking a little uneasy. ‘‘I heard they use an entirely different CRM model. Don’t you want to think about this a little?’’ ‘‘Charlie,’’ Susan insisted. ‘‘I’m working on a news release on the merger. I… CONTINUE READING

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