In Search of Stupidity
In Search of Stupidity is a parody of In Search of Excellence. Its central thesis is that the most determinant factor for success in the high-tech market is avoidance of stupid mistakes. It tries to exemplify that it is possible to set up an industry wide doctrine without solid base. This book's existence could be interpreted that a good manager should not trust any single doctrine for management, and even traditional common sense might work better than a strict doctrine based on poor data.
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