Minima moralia in project management

there is no right life in the wrong one

"There is no right life in the wrong one," Theodor W. Adorno (1951/2006) concluded in the 'Minima Moralia.' In project management, this idea calls for rethinking the contributions and implications of the discipline for the greater context of society and the life of the individual project manager. What does it mean to be a good project manager and to pursue the right life? And what are we doing to the world? In the end, we will have learned that there is no way to be a good project manager without a systemic perspective on the real world.
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