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Overall, an interesting book, that should not be read as if it holds the absolute truth. I read it again and underlined points I learnt. Oct 28, Nenad rated it it was ok. She is also a regular columnist in the quarterly newsletter of the Teaching Children group of the Japan Association of Language Teachers. All three books written by the authors are such a pleasure to read It is the antidote to His advice has been key to many other organizations across the globe.

It’s funny that this book is fromwith ideas that 90 percent of your surroundings STILL don’t understand and live by. Aug 03, Natasa Tovornik rated it it was amazing Shelves: Karl Marx was right; the workers should own the critical means of production – it’s small, gray and weighs about 1.

In Tokyo, you can order a customized Toyota on Monday and be driving it on Friday. Refresh and try again. Feb 23, Fynky Raimondo added it.

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Order the books on Amazon. I had similar thoughts to theirs so I was very pleased to see my thoughts come to life in someone else’s book. A classic to star thinking differently.

More products, more markets, more people, more competition. After a hundred pages, I just stopped because I felt insulted. At Hewlett Buziness, the majority revenues come from products that did not exist a year age.


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By being more efficient? Started it, didn’t busuness it–couldn’t get into it. Retrieved 17 June Funky Business is an unconventional book for exceptional times.

At least in Eastern Europe. Today, most companies do that job in two years. He later moved to Stockholmwhere he currently lives with his wife and two children. Karl Marx was right; the workers should own the critical means of production – it’s small, gray and weighs about 1.

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Given the title, I expected a content related to business which could have been interesting despite the period it was writtenbut the book is depicting that period, over-using the word “funky”. The possible reason for that is the fact that it deals with philosophical questions much more than with practical ones riederstrale has a special poignant language. He did research and wrote 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.

Today, most companies do that job in two years.