Justinthyme – Music is the food of love

Justinthyme - Music is the food of love

Latest recruit to the merry throng of management gurus is orchestral conductor Ben Zander, who uses song and dance to “talk to the possibility in people”. “We all suppress what we are and we all want to express ourselves as fully as possible,” he says. He is critical of the “warlike imagery” of much management speak, and prefers a more, er, harmonious approach.

A case of all singing from the same hymnbook rather than marching to different drums, perhaps.

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