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PDCA日記 / Diary Vol. 101「ルールは自由のためにある」/ "Rules exist for freedom"

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PDCA日記 Vol. 101「ルールは自由のためにある


















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友だち幻想 (ちくまプリマー新書)

友だち幻想 (ちくまプリマー新書)

P.S. 上記に加えて、「友だち幻想」には「読書は対話能力を鍛える」等の示唆に富んだ内容が含まれており、色々な意味で発見の多い書籍であると感じています。






そういえば、「ノルウェイの森村上春樹著)」に出てくる「永沢さん」という人がこんなことを言っていました(私は、村上春樹作品を全て読破しているマニアです :-)。




< Mr. PDCAのボンジュール英語「幻想」 = 「illusion」>







PDCA (plan-do-check-action) Diary Vol. 101 "Rules exist for freedom"

I have worked for various companies as a project management consultant and one CEO asked me to maintain internal rules and processes.


Maintaining internal rules and processes is quite important for managers, but some people prefer the chaos situation interestingly.


After maintaining this company's internal rules and processes, one of the employees said that “It is good that various processes have been set in place, but some people feel that the chaotic era is nostalgic".


When I listened to this comment, I remembered the book "Friend Fantasy (Japanese only)" that I had read 10 years ago and I looked through it carefully again.


The material to be introduced today "Friend Fantasy" is the book reiterating that "Prescription-like book that works for human relations" and the following phrases were impressive.


"Rules are necessary to guarantee as much freedom as possible to as many people as possible.


In other words, freedom does not exist where there is no rule." (Unquote)


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P.S. 10 years have passed since publication of "Friend Fantasy", various mass media picked up in Japan and this book is now attracting attention again.


I think that the material which has been read even after time has a high possibility of being a good book.


Speaking of which, a man named Nagasawa in "Norwegian Wood (written by Haruki Murakami)" said the following comments.


"I do not want to waste valuable time by reading something that have not received the test of time. Life is short."


Norwegian Wood (Vintage International)

Norwegian Wood (Vintage International)