Modernists now dispose of the versions by Legge
and Wilhelm as Confucian and outdated, also because of the finds.
Regardless of how you label
these versions, they are certainly worth studying. That is what I
have done and the result is my book "I Ching for managers".
title is not a forced attempt to introduce ambiguous and general
texts to the field of management. In many cases the texts themselves
to have a bearing on managing, leading, working in groups, recognising
and handling emotions in oneself as well as in others. This means
the "Confucian" I
Ching can be considered as emotional intelligence at work. However,
the form is not narrative but geared to unique situations and for
that reason it should be regarded
as a manual rather than entertaining literature.
which, convinced by scientific research, have started to realise the
impact of emotional intelligence within the organisation, this book
could be a useful starting point to make all those involved see the
same truth. Then
they don't have to reinvent the wheel, but they can use one which has
time and again proved its value for the past 2500 years.