by Edward de BonoFor a long time, we have all been besotted by intelligence and intelligent people. "I didn't understand a word he said, he must be very intelligent," is an oft heard statement.
De Bono makes the distinction between intelligence and thinking-skill.
He uses an example of the power of eyesight and the ability to look in the right direction. Without the ability to look in the right direction, your power of eyesight is pretty useless.
From somewhere in the middle of the book, however, it all seemed to become an advertisement of all his processes and models that he has invented. It was almost a brochure.
It's a small book, and only the first half is relevant to the title.
|Title||Intelligence is not Enough|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
|Author||Edward de Bono|
|File size||6.1 Mb|
|Book rating||4.11 (37 votes)