Charles Handy is a writer and broadcaster whose books have sold over one million copies around the world. In Britain he is the popular host of the well-known business program, Thoughts of the Day. He is the author of The Age of Unreason, The Empty Raincoat, and The Elephant and the Flea.
Trade Paperback | 208 pages | William Heinemann | Biography & Autobiography
October 23, 2007 | $37.95
From the renowned and bestselling business guru, a new collection of biographies in the same vein as The New Alchemists.
From Niall Mellon, who made his millions in the property boom in Ireland but is now working in South Africa to replace all the shacks in that country with breeze-block houses in...
Trade Paperback | 224 pages | Arrow | Biography & Autobiography
July 3, 2007 | $23.95
The author of The Age of Unreason, The Empty Raincoat, and The Elephant and the Flea, shares more of his best-selling brand of wisdom concerning the big choices in life.
In Charles Handy’s most ambitious book yet, the well-known business guru draws on the lessons of his own life to help us...
Hardcover | 320 pages | William Heinemann | Biography & Autobiography
June 27, 2006 | $39.95
The author of The Age of Unreason, The Empty Raincoat, and The Elephant and the Flea shares more of his bestselling brand of wisdom concerning the big choices we have to make in life.
In Charles Handy’s most ambitious book yet, the well-known business guru draws on the lessons of his own...
Trade Paperback | 258 pages | Hutchinson | Business & Economics - Management
February 15, 2005 | $41.95
A fascinating and inspirational investigation into the creative and entrepreneurial process.
What drives some people to create something from nothing? Is it ambition, the need for self-fulfillment? Is it about money, power, or even genes? Or, is there a mood of the time that encourages people, and can anyone do it?
Trade Paperback | pages | Arrow | Business & Economics
November 5, 2002 | $21.95
Are big corporations (the elephants) out of control?
Now in paperback, this insightful and controversial work from Britain’s bestselling author and world-class management guru looks at how individuals (the fleas) relate to multi-national conglomerates (the elephants).
“It is easy to see why many observers think that the big corporations are now both...
Hardcover | 128 pages | Hutchinson | Biography & Autobiography - Women
November 5, 2002 | $48.50
In photographs and word portraits, a selection of very different women reveal how it is possible to reinvent themselves at 60.
From Germaine Greer and Diana Rigg to some lesser known women, Elizabeth Handy’s black and white photographic studies are accompanied by a text from Charles Handy and anecdotal evidence from the...