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How the Nazis Invented Modern Management

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What if the rules of modern management were written during the Third Reich? SS Commander Reinhard Hhn was one of Nazi Germanys most brilliant legal minds, an archetype of the fervid technocrats that built the Third Reich. Gone into hiding after 1945, he survived unscathed and re-emerged in the 1950s as the founder of a management school. His story wouldnt be too different from that of other prominent Nazis, if not for the fact that the great majority of Germanys post-war business leaders were educated at his school. Is this a coincidence? Or is there a link between the forms of organization of Nazism and the principles of corporate management? At the core of Hhns vision was the concept of freedom, as freedom to obey orders from aboveto carry out ones mission no matter the cost.
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"Chapoutot is one of the most gifted European historians of his generation." * Timothy Snyder, author of On Tyranny * "Johann Chapoutot is one of the great historians of Nazism. Time and again, his work has shown that the Third Reich was not an accidental aberration of history." * France Culture * "A fascinating essay about the second life of Reinhard Hhnfrom one of the Third Reichs most brilliant legal minds to the founder of Germanys leading post-war business school." * Le Figaro Magazine * "A brilliant, stereotype defying study." * Les Temps *

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Johann Chapoutot teaches Contemporary History at the Sorbonne, Paris. He is the author of The Law of Blood: Thinking and Acting as a Nazi (Belknap Press, 2018) and Greeks, Romans, Germans: How the Nazis Usurped Europes Classical Past (University of California Press, 2016). Steven Rendall has translated more than sixty books from French and German, including The Art and Critique of Forgetting, which won the Modern Language Association of America, Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for a Translation. He was formerly a professor of Romance Languages at the University of Oregon and editor of the magazine Comparative Literature.