Managing Humans: 2nd Edition

I just got my copy of this today.

Actually, I bought two copies: a personal copy and one to share at work. The back cover is a refreshing change of pace:

Your traditional management book is based on the idea that there is a science behind management. It suggests means of reducing managers and management activities to a pleasant set of rules that, if followed, will result in organizational happiness.

This is not that book.

I know this is mostly a reprint of Rands in Repose, but I get so much knowledge and joy out of Rands In Repose that I welcome having it in book form.