An amazing work! Daniel Pink, former speech writer, for Bill Clinton hits this one on all cylinders. With a rapidly changing world galloping at breakneck pace, individuals, corporations, organizations and countries are trying to, first, sort it all out and, then, to learn and adapt the new technologies, mores, psychologies, patterns and trends before they, themselves, become extinct.
He postulates that in order to survive and thrive in the new millennium, all parties must develop six new skill sets or ‘senses’.
A sense of design. A sense of story. A sense of play. A sense of meaning. A sense of empathy. A sense of symphony.