The philosophical experience described in the last chapter is vital in the world of management. Without calling it by name, managers do engage in the activity of the philosophical process. They have experiences which can be described as philosophical. These experiences are central to their practices as managers. These are experiences in which managers are concerned with gaining and giving perspective on situations in which they find themselves. This chapter will show how central philosophical experiences are to the practices of leaders.
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