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The Golden Apple: Changing the Structure of Civilization - Volume 1
Price: $2.50 USD. Words: 73,990. Language: English. Published: April 9, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Management science, Nonfiction » Psychology » Industrial & organizational psychology
In the 21st century, we are still fighting battles over ancient religions and racism – which is really a battle over symbol systems. This visionary, multidisciplinary book delves into the symbolic workings of the mind that drive racism and religious conflict, and shows us how superstition has affected the behavior of human beings as they mythologized one another. It is a groundbreaking must read!
How to Design Brain-friendly Flexible Offices. Based on Science, Not on Opinions
Series: BRAINCHAINS. Price: Free! Words: 23,780. Language: English. Published: January 28, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » Art, Architecture, Photography » Architecture, Nonfiction » Psychology » Industrial & organizational psychology
Because modern zoo-directors know more about the inborn needs of their animals, than company-directors about the innate needs of people; the cages in modern zoos are better for animals, than modern offices for people. This book summarizes the basic research every manager with a responsibility for people or offices should know, to avoid ruining the intellectual performance of their employees.
338: A Memoir
You set the price! Words: 24,730. Language: English. Published: October 27, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs, Nonfiction » Psychology » Industrial & organizational psychology
This is a memoir that follows me as a teen girl in and out of five psychiatric facilities during the mental health scandal in the 1990s.
The Open Office Is Naked
Price: Free! Words: 23,670. Language: English. Published: February 12, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Psychology » Industrial & organizational psychology, Nonfiction » Art, Architecture, Photography » Architecture
The cages in modern zoos are better for animals, than modern offices for people, because ZOO-directors know more about inborn needs of animals, than company-directors about the innate needs of people. Result: offices where people suffer from less productivity, less creativity, less (!) communication, more stress. Hence, these cheap offices are very expensive. Book based on extensive research