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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.
Funky leaders excel at spinning, forgiving, developing and truly seeing talent. How are you going to be attractive? Oct 17, Irisha Starodubtseva rated it really liked it. Account Options Sign in.
Talent Makes Capital Dance Books for the future minded. No eBook available Amazon.
Dec 18, Narek Manukyan rated it rodderstrale was ok. Business as usual is uninspired and that’s no longer Karl Marx was right. 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.
Books by Jonas Ridderstrale: Funky Business and Funky Business Forever
Kathleen is actively involved as a teacher-trainer throughout Japan, Korea, and Taiwan. He is actively involved as a teacher-trainer throughout Japan, Korea, and Taiwan.
To ask other readers questions about Funky Businessplease sign up. Aug 07, Tania rated it it bysiness ok. Funky Business is an unconventional book for exceptional times. Didderstrale is the age of time and talent, where we are selling time and talent, exploiting time and talent, hiring time and talent, packaging time and talent.
In a world of abundance and excess, competition is total and competition is personal. 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.
Then, technological innovation became the big thing. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. She is also a regular columnist in the quarterly newsletter of the Teaching Children group of the Japan Association of Language Teachers. In Tokyo, you can order a customized Toyota on Monday and be driving it on Friday. By doing it cheaper? Either it was my translation, or We need innovative business. Great read, I wish I had read this book 17 years ago. Views Read Edit View history.
But instead of posting on Instagram, you write a book that pretends to be about economics. In this world we need business as unusual. It’s funky out there, very funky. May 28, Francis rated it did not like it. In his spare time yes really he is an art collector and backs one of Sweden’s funkiest galleries.
The reader will take many notes about funky business is truly global, working values, globally linked society, senseless supply, deregulated life, tribalisation, innovation etc.
A good book in its time.
Funky Business: Talent Makes Capital Dance
They really take the reader for an idiot 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. Jul 08, Nathalie Zivkovic rated it did not like it. Nov 04, Luka rated it it was amazing. He has an MBA, a doctorate and a book on global innovation under his belt.
The book was written in so is a little outdated however the principles in the book still apply to the real world today.
Retrieved 17 June Published December 10th by Financial Times Management first published Feb 23, Joe Raimondo added it. On the back cover of the book: Moreover, if it were true, Tripp trapp would have disappeared. If you are a younger reader, you might hardly understand why this book was so popular back in the day. This page was last edited on 24 Septemberat Only when you are in such a position can you make ridiculous amounts of money. Innew soft drinks were launched on the Japanese market.
From a leadership point of view, people are crying out for direction, permission to experiment, training and increased personalization. She is an active member of Dance and the Child International, and is constantly seeking ways to integrate music and movement into the EFL classroom.
No trivia or quizzes yet. 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. They are exploiting the last taboo; e motional business. On a personal level, success boils down honing you unique skills, incorporating and then getting connected — without back-up you will fall down. From inside the book.