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.
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Here are a few of my favorite quotes: Huge companies like IBM, Philips, and GM must break up to become confederations of small, autonomous, entrepreneurial companies if they are to survive.
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Share your thoughts with other customers. Megatrends Asiawas a bestseller in the German language and in Asia. To ask other readers questions about Global Paradoxplease sign up. Karol rated it really liked it Feb 13, This time, it really amazed me: The ever-increasing speed of change provides ever smaller economic entities – businesses and countries – with greater opportunities given the flexibility inherent in being smaller.
His thesis jonh encapsulated in the subtitle of the book: See all 4 reviews.
Global Paradox by John Naisbitt :: A Book Review by Scott London
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From Publishers Weekly Naisbitt’s economic and technological paradigm as expounded in this impressive study, will no doubt spark debates on editorial pages and TV talk shows. Furthermore, when the author quoted, he epitomized Naisbitt may oversimplify, but he knows how to attract an audience.
Explore the Home Gift Guide. Rianto Dermawan rated naishitt liked it Nov 24, Naisbitt’s economic and technological paradigm as expounded in this impressive study, will no doubt spark debates on editorial pages and TV talk shows. Ryan Auzan rated it it was amazing Jan 09, This change has important consequences for democracy worldwide — it can be likened to the shift from sluggish, centralized mainframe computers to interlinked PCs. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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Already 50 percent of U. Greg rated it liked it Jan 25, Lists with This Book. Telecommunications are the driving force that is simultaneously creating the new world economy and making its parts more and more powerful. Shari L Mills rated it really liked it Feb 17, Get to Know Us. To survive, big companies today are decentralizing naiwbitt restructuring. Naisbitt paardox the man who made trend watching trendy.
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While economic and technological forces have weakened the traditional nation-state, he maintains that they have strengthened, not separated people from, longstanding identities of language, culture, religion, and ethnic heritage. Jan 22, Nick Woodall rated it it was paradpx Shelves: Copyright by Scott Patadox.
Paradoxically, “the bonding commonality of human beings is our distinctiveness. Like his book Megatrendsthis is a quick and dirty account of infintitely complex global trends.
Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Big companies and “economies johhn scale” succeeded in the comparatively slow-moving world of the four decades to the mids. Similarly, as the world economy gets larger, the component nation players become smaller and smaller. Brian Willott rated it liked it Aug 21, Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.
Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Published January 1st by Avon first published May 19, nanto rated it liked flobal Shelves: In fact, traditional representative politics is coming to an end for “now citizens who live in representative democracies have the power to radically decentralize and to evolve into direct democracies.
Great read about global economics! Terence Oh rated it liked it Sep 09,