Paul Corrigan through his book proves that studying management can be done not only from business organisations but also from literary works such as Shakespeare''s dramas. His dramas, like Hamlet, Othello, Jule Caesar, Romeo and Juliet, picture how people are managed to do something according to certain scheme or strategy. In his book Paul explains that each of Shakespearean drama applies management principle. In Hamlet, for example, readers are presented with the description of Prince Hamlet''s strategy to oncover the mysterius murderer of his father. In the same time Claudius, Hamlet''s uncle, applies certain tactics to counteract Hamlet''s action to chase him. In Othello readers can see how Iago, one of characters of the drama, provokes many people to fulfil his ambition. Here he is presented as a smart manager in handling human resources around him to be used to succeed his his goal. In Jules Caesar Cassio is also depicted as an intellegent character in arranging certain movement to persuade many people to overthrow Caesar''s empire.