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No trivia or quizzes yet. Oct 03, Franco Arda rated it it was amazing. Riddderstrale need innovative business. 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. Other editions – View all Funky Business: No eBook available Amazon. I find it overly exalting, lacking consistence and outdated.
Nov 04, Luka rated it it was amazing. You’ll feel that especially if you have any contact with companies. Funky business requires organizational innovation. El talento al poder! It is the antidote to bland writing and bland thinking.
I am part of a more traditionalist society and I do not subscribe totally to some of the trends they believe will shape in the near future the life and work place. In other projects Wikiquote.
Then, technological innovation became the big thing. If you wonder how it feels to be a ridedrstrale of this, just remember the first time you were about to have sex: How will we be living, working, thinking tomorrow? How are you going to be attractive? This is not research.
Charles Vilina has taught English as a Foreign Language to children and adults in Japan for over 16 years. Successful companies are different from the competition, and difference comes from the way people think rather than what companies make. We need Funky Business. 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. 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.
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. From a leadership point of view, people are crying out for direction, permission to experiment, training and increased personalization.
The resulting funky village is a surplus society — an excess economy. It is just a mix of known facts, but presented systemically, lots of quotes and “evidence” supporting one main idea.
At Hewlett Packard, the majority revenues come from products that did not exist a year age. A good book in its time. Anyway you can get some inetersting ideas from it.
Innew soft drinks were launched on the Japanese market. Their blend of forceful logic, academic rigor and charismatic bhsiness have made them two of the most sought after speakers in Europe.
At least in Eastern Europe. Left this one somewhere halfway through and am not planning on going back. Indeed the world has changed in the last years dramatically, and this has influenced everything in our lives.