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Eric Abrahamson and David H. Freedman's book A Perfect Mess: The Hidden Benefits of Disorder is about how a bit of messiness can be helpful. They question the emphasis put on order, structure or organization by many. The book discusses how little work has been done to show any benefits of order -- despite the huge amount if time and resources put into trying to be orderly.

Full title: A Perfect Mess: The Hidden Benefits of Disorder: How crammed closets, cluttered offices, and on-the fly planning make the world a better place
copyright: 2006
ISBN-10:0-316-11475-8
ISBN-13:978-0-316-11475-2
Keywords: Orderliness, Order, Moderation, Success, Conduct of life, Organizational effectiveness

Chapters

  1. The Cost of Neatness
  2. A Mess Sampler
  3. The History of Mess
  4. The Benefits of Mess
  5. Messy People
  6. Messy Homes
  7. Mess and Organizations
  8. Messy Leadership
  9. The Politics of Mess
  10. Optimizing Mess
  11. Messy Thinking
  12. Pathological Mess
  13. The Aesthetics of Mess


References

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