Our chimpish ancestors were superbly adapted to a life of leaping through the trees. To survive on the savannah, they had to make a social leap - a change that drives us still today.
William von Hippel is a professor of psychology at the University of Queensland. His work has been covered in The Australian, The New York Times, The Economist, The Age, Harvard Business Review, Time, The Sydney Morning Herald, and elsewhere.
`Full of insight into human character, von Hippel's book provides a stimulating program for measuring success without material yardsticks.' -Kirkus