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Funky Business: Talent Makes Capital Dance by Jonas Ridderstråle
Today, most companies do that job funk two years. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. The resulting funky village is a surplus society — an excess economy. They are confusing wishful thinking and the reality. Un libro para quienes no les guste la lectura profunda ytediosa de los negocios.
Other editions – View all Funky Business: Nevertheless it makes some valid points, though do not expect an eye-opener. I’ve left the book somewhere around p.
Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Jul 10, Hermano rated it really liked it.
This is business book as unusual. Anyway you can get some inetersting ideas from it. Business as usual is uninspired and that’s no longer Karl Marx was right. Funky leaders excel at spinning, forgiving, developing and truly seeing talent. I find it overly exalting, lacking consistence and outdated. Mar 11, Dasha Vakhina rated it liked it. 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.
Jan 09, Ilona rated it it was ok. Other editions – View all Funky Business: If you think about it, most of what your business does could be bought from someone else using the Yellow Pages or an Internet search engine. Mar 06, Buitron David rated it liked it. How will we be living, working, thinking tomorrow? Their view of t First I read this book in the first year of the business school and was excited about the new for me corporate world and business future.
It is just too small for effective exploitation and too big for energetic experimentation”. Don’t expect for it to reveal “hidden secrets you never new before in your life!!! Return to Book Page. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Talent makes capital dance was published inand has been ranked at number 16 in a Bloomsbury Publishing survey of the best business books of all time. But, in a technicolor world why do we expect men in gray suits to have all the answers? At Hewlett Packard, the majority revenues come from products that did not exist a year age.
Their blend of forceful logic, academic rigor and charismatic delivery have made them two of the most sought after speakers in Europe. This book is full of preremptory statements that are just the opinions of authors very fond of globalisation and new trends.
The firm with a future is focused and leverage. Apr 02, Kiersten rated it it was ok.
Successful companies are different from the competition, and difference comes from the way people think rather than what companies make. Refresh and try again. He did research and funkh his thesis at the Institute of International Business at the Stockholm School of Economics where he was mentored by the now late Professor Gunnar Hedlund.
More products, more markets, more people, more competition. Their view of the world is 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. I saw them speak at a conference in Toronto years ago, and they are funny live.
Oct 28, Nenad rated it it was ok. It confirmed many things I thought about.
First I read this book in the first year of the business school and was excited about the new for me corporate world and business future. The language is too simple, as I call it “western business type of books”, I mean the reading isn’t challenging, so it is just ok to listen to audioversion on your way. This book is about the funky business world we are living in. In Tokyo, you can order a customized Toyota on Monday and be driving it on Friday.
Retrieved 17 June Charles Vilina has taught English as a Foreign Language to children and adults in Japan for over 16 years. I may be a bit too rudderstrale but the book is, in many ways, like reading one of those believe in yourself cheap psychology books.
This is not what business people learned at Harvard Business School.
Today, the “critical resources” wear shoes and walk out the door around 5. After a hundred pages, I just stopped because I felt insulted.