3 edition of Way Upstream found in the catalog.
Based on play by Alan Ayckbourn.
|Statement||directed by Terry Johnson.|
|Contributions||Ayckbourn, Alan, 1939-, Johnson, Terry.|
|The Physical Object|
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Packed with vivid stories and practical examples, Upstream is the rare book that can both revitalize your business and make our world a better place." —Daniel H. Pink, #1 New York Times bestselling author of When, Drive, and To Sell Is Human/5(79).
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Packed with vivid stories Way Upstream book practical examples, Upstream is the rare book that can both revitalize your business and make our world a better place." —Daniel H. Pink, #1 New York Times bestselling author of When, Drive, and To Sell Is HumanISBN: Upstream: The Quest to Solve Problems Before They Happen.
New York Times bestselling author Dan Heath examines how to prevent problems before they happen, drawing on insights from hundreds of interviews with unconventional problem solvers.
So often in. A fantastic book and an incredibly important book. Especially at this time in humanity’s life cycle, this book is both a wake up call and a way shower to a better world. Read, share, and improve your world and the world of those around you.
Highly recommended. 1 person found this helpful. Way Upstream is a play by Alan was first performed, under Ayckbourn's direction, in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK, "in the round" at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, on 2 October Although realistic in style, with a setting of a hired cabin cruiser on an English river, some journalists read it as an allegory of the political state of England at the time, with the violent.
In my new book Upstream, I analyze the work of leaders such as Jaeger and Morrissey who have escaped the cycle of reaction that so often characterizes our work: putting out fires, responding to emergencies, “taking care” of problems. These leaders were determined to push upstream to prevent those problems from happening.
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There are many things to like about Upstream. First and foremost is the topic itself, which is something that not many people think about/5(). Heading for the rocks a scene from Way Upstream. Photograph: Tristram Kenton/Guardian T here is an obvious reason why Alan Ayckbourn’s comic allegory is rarely revived: all the action.
Directed by Terry Johnson. With Nick Dunning, Joanne Pearce, Barrie Rutter, Marion Bailey. Two couples who go on a boating holiday together, and run into some strange people and events. Alan Ayckbourn's Official Website: Way Upstream.
To navigate, use the links in the bar above or in the right hand column. The first way, which is an upstream effort, constitutes a victory while the second effort is an abomination. It’s true in both cases, crime numbers did go down. However in the downstream effort, it becomes harder over time to get a grip on reality and more tempting to fiddle with the numbers.
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If you. In any case, Upstream gives us a lot of concrete examples of when upstream measures have been successful, and the author offers a way of thinking that will be increasingly valuable in the future - especially now in times when many things need to be rebuilt.
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