Global Paradox has 75 ratings and 5 reviews. Predicts that big business and government will be unable to meet the economic challenges of the twenty-first. Global Paradox: The Bigger the World Econmy, the More Powerful Its Smallest Players In Global Paradox, John Naisbitt builds a powerful instrument of. MEGATRENDS author John Naisbitt again analyzes global trends and discusses the paradox that as more nations move into a worldwide economy, smaller.
|Published (Last):||16 October 2010|
|PDF File Size:||2.82 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||15.36 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Return to Book Page. Open Preview See a Problem?
After serving in the U. Furthermore, when the author quoted, he epitomized May 19, nanto rated it liked it Shelves: Shari L Mills rated it really liked it Feb 17, Published January 1st by Avon first published Here are a few of my favorite quotes: Similarly, as the world economy gets larger, the component nation players become smaller and smaller.
The first time, I read this book, I expected analytical contents and insights. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Global Paradox by John Naisbitt.
Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Naisbitt Megatrends argues that the shift from the paramount influence of governments, politicians and conglomerates to entrepreneurial economies propels us toward a global economy. Naisbitt is the man who made trend watching trendy.
m – Global Paradox
Brian Willott rated it liked it Aug 21, His Official Web page Goobal don’t know much about Futurism, but I am not sure if analysis or theories could contribute much in a book of this nature. The major new trends in global parqdox, politics, and social life all point toward a “global paradox,” according to John Naisbitt — “the bigger the world economy, the more powerful its smallest players.
But now, only small and medium-sized companies–or big companies that have restyled themselves as networks of entrepreneurs–will survive to be viable when we turn the corner o f the next century.
Copyright by Scott London. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Would you like to tell us about a lower price? High Tech High Touch, was naisbtt in the fall of and has since been published in 17 countries. Savu Rares rated it it was amazing Dec 08, Lynn rated it liked it Mar 29, Big companies and “economies of scale” succeeded in the comparatively slow-moving world of the four decades to the mids.
Nigel Baker rated it liked it Oct 31, Lists with This Book. Rianto Dermawan rated it liked it Nov 24, Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.
Showing of 4 reviews. Because of the global integration, small businesses have even more hope of becoming successful in the future.
Global Paradox by John Naisbitt :: A Book Review by Scott London
Nov 14, Badai Widyastuti rated it it was ok. Ryan Auzan rated it it was amazing Jan 09, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Terence Oh rated it liked it Sep 09, John Naisbitt published the international bestsellers Re-inventing the Corporation inMegatrends inwhich was published in 32 countries and was the Number One bestseller in the U.
His Japanese language book, Japan’s Identity Crisis, was released in and was a bestseller in Japan.
Consequently, the idea that the central government jihn “one huge mainframe” — as the most significant part of governance is obsolete, he says. His international bestseller Megatrends sold more than 9 million copies and was on the New York Times bestsellerlist for more than two years, mostly as number one.
Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. He has traveled the world since the late After serving in the U. Feb 07, Laura rated it liked it. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Many have discovered the increased efficiency and effectiveness of lateral rather than vertical organization — networks of autonomous units rather than formal hierarchies.
Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. You can find here insights for the emergence of the post-industrial global culture and economy.
Deepak rated it really liked it Jun 17, Telecommunications are the driving force that is simultaneously creating the new world economy and making its parts more and more powerful. Pink talks about this in “Free Agent Nation”. Both of these trends, universalism and tribalism, are supported by technological advances in electronic communications, according to Naisbitt. The ever-increasing speed of change provides ever smaller economic entities – businesses and countries – with greater opportunities given the flexibility inherent in being smaller.
Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Learn more about Amazon Prime.