This is book is highly conceptual and philosophical in nature, starting with the history of famous and even mythical project management. I think it has a point to make, but it's difficult to nail down what that point is. It waxes philosophical often, and fails to deliver in a succinct way any practical applications to help with managing project complexity. Read this book, and you'll talk about all the problems with managing project complexity without actually accomplishing the project.
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