A Perfect Mess

A Perfect Mess

Reviewed by Roland Buresund

Bad **

Last modified: June 7, 2008, 1:59 p.m.

The English title describes it perfectly!

Badly researched, lots of anecdotes, bad logic, wild conclusions without evidence, easily refuted examples, citations without context, etc. This is Self-Help at its worst. And the worst part is that it tries to put itself forward as "science"… Not even "Management Science" (that sometimes can be heavily criticized) usually sinks to such low points as this. If anyone of Prof. Abrahamson's students put in an exam-answer that were this badly done, I expect that s/he would get a big F as a grade.

OK, if you want an excuse why nobody understands that your unorganized lifestyle is your genius in disguise, you may like this unadultered trash. But if you subscribe to ANY cause-and-effect theories (like gravity) that can be proven or disproven, this is not for you.

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