Anticipation: A Bridge between Narration and Innovation

  • Mihai Nadin
Part of the Management – Culture – Interpretation book series (MCI)


Everyone. No one goes to his physician prepared to accept a diagnosis that might be right or wrong. You don’t send an e-mail that just might reach your addressee, or might reach someone else, or might get lost.


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  • Mihai Nadin
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  1. 1.StanfordCalifornia

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