You know less about managing than you think. These misperceptions and fallacies include theidea that managing creates productivity, that managers can solve everything, that more managing equals better managing, and that workers cannot work without being managed. These mistaken notions find their origins in the Industrial Revolution. Though they were the best we could do then, they are woefully inadequate, and even counterproductive, today. This is especially true in agencies, consultancies, and other project-driven organizations. In this episode, Steve Prentice talks with Jack Skeels about the origins of management and key ideas featured in his new book, Unmanaged,Master the Magic of Creating Empowered and Happy Organizations.