Tweetie Bird In exchange for struggling in the crowded city, the poorest artist can be enriched by the ideas circulating for free. [More from ccoletta]

March 10, 2002

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About the Show

Charles Handy lives what he would call Òa portfolio life.ÓÊ He has been, in his time, an oil executive, a business economist, a Professor at the London Business School, Chairman of the Royal Society of Arts, and assistant and editor to his photographer wife, Elizabeth.

He is the author of many business classics.Ê They include ÒThe Age of Unreason,Ó ÒThe Age of Paradox,Ó ÒThe Age of Uncertainty.Ó

His most recent book is ÒThe Elephant and the Flea,Ó published by Harvard Business Press.

We'll talk to Charles Handy about his life and is book on the next "Smart City."

Join us next week when our guest will be Robin Karr-Morse, a licensed family therapist and author of ÒGhosts from the Nursery:Ê Tracing the Roots of Violence.ÓÊ

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