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Successful companies are different from the competition, and difference comes from the way people think rather than what companies make. This book explaining the new models of workflow and actually it was not like this too much in a time book was created, but now is our reality – project based processes. But it lacks the practical side. They really take the reader for an idiot I was skimming the book rather than reading it. Refresh and try again.
Indeed the world has changed in the last years dramati This book is not taking any step forward from the line of “management and business” books promoted in US.
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These guys were dead on as to what was going to happen in the business world. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Cat Eye Vintage Sunglasses. Mar 12, Bogdan rated it liked it Shelves: Jan 22, Matthew Poyiadgi rated it it was amazing. On the back cover of the book: Dec 18, Narek Manukyan rated it it was ok. PS; This book is an up-dated version of t This book is about talwnto funky business world we are living in.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. It confirmed many things I thought about. Mar 06, Buitron David rated it liked it. I read it again and underlined points I learnt. And the sparkle that triggered this change was the protestant revolution, fueling it even up to our days. The possible reason for that is the fact that it deals with philosophical questions much more than with practical ones and has a special poignant language.
A lot of provocative name dropping for the sake of name dropping, very “funky” way of telling History. The book was written in so is a little outdated however the principles in the book still apply to the real world today.
This book is full of preremptory statements that are just the opinions of authors very fond of globalisation and new trends. A talfnto book in its time. Their view of the world fjnky too simplistic and ideal, they want it to look like they write about it but the book doesnt have much in common with what the real business is.
Business as usual is uninspired and that’s no longer good enough; talent doesn’t want to work there; customers don’t want to buy there.
After this financial crisis, we see they are still there thanks to taxpayers’ money and behave bureaucratically. I cannot say I totally agree their argumentation, but perhaps bsiness is just the fact that I come from a different culture. Everyone needs to create temporary monopolies.
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Apart from a description of the nowadays way of doing business, written in a fancy postmodern style, no uses for learning something really applicable. Jun 02, Alberto rated it it was amazing. But instead of posting on Instagram, you write a book that pretends to be about economics. No trivia or quizzes yet. Only the examples of business which adapted to changes happening back then are backing up the idea that for thriving in business you need to embrace changes and to adapt rapidly to those changes I was skimming the book rather than reading it.
Lists with This Book. Only the examples of business which adapted to changes happening back then are backing up the idea that for thriving in business you need to embrace changes and to adapt rapidly to those changes. There is no thought. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
But it speaks about the unavoidable and constant change, so 14 years later it must be fynky definition obsolete. Jul 08, Nathalie Zivkovic rated it did not like it. Mar 03, Alexandra rated it did not like it Shelves: Thanks for telling us about the problem. This is not research. Either it was my translation, or Left this dapital somewhere halfway through and am not planning on going back. It’s a neomaniac book that hasn’t passed the test of time. I saw them speak at a conference in Toronto years ago, and they are funny live.
Though the book was written more than 20 years ago, it is still relevant to modern economy. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This book is not taking any step forward from the line of “management and business” books promoted in US. Nov 04, Luka rated it it was amazing. It’s a great book for entrepreneurs, but you must consider the context it was written at before the whole dot-com boomso it’s outdated but the core idea is valid and enthusiastic.
Funky Business: Talent Makes Capital Dance by Jonas Ridderstråle
I may be a bit too hush but the book is, in many ways, like reading one of those believe in yourself cheap psychology books. Oct 03, Franco Arda rated it it was amazing. Mar 11, Dasha Vakhina rated it liked it.