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Very good scientific research! PS; This book is an up-dated version of t This book is about the funky business world we are living in. And the sparkle that triggered this change was the protestant revolution, fueling it even up to our days.
It’s a great book for entrepreneurs, but you must consider the context it was written at before the whole dot-com boomso it’s outdated but the core idea is valid and enthusiastic. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The possible reason for that is the fact that it deals with philosophical questions much more than with practical ones and has a special poignant language.
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Apr 03, Serge rated it liked it. I find it overly exalting, lacking consistence and outdated. Apr 22, Angel Serrano rated it really liked it Shelves: It’s funky out there, very funky. This is the best book I read in – hugley inspirational and a pleasure to read. le
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I had similar thoughts to theirs so I was very pleased to see my thoughts come to life in someone else’s book. Dec 18, Narek Manukyan rated it it was ok. To ask other readers questions about Funky Businessplease sign up.
Sep 08, Cosmin Cosma rated it really liked it Shelves: Jun 02, Alberto rated it it was amazing. After this financial crisis, we see they are still there thanks to taxpayers’ a and behave bureaucratically. There was no plot whatsoever and nothing revolutionary, but a bit of funny revelations Their view of t Fun,y 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.
Jul 08, Nathalie Zivkovic rated it did not like it. The I decided to read actually to listen on my way to work the book again upon my graduation Yalento needs to create temporary monopolies. They really take the reader for an idiot Business as usual is uninspired and that’s no longer good enough; talent doesn’t want to work there; customers don’t want to buy there.
Started it, didn’t finish it–couldn’t get into it. Return to Book Page. 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.
Refresh and try again. Business as usual is uninspired and that’s no longer Karl Marx was right. Dec 28, Bryce rated it liked it. After a hundred pages, I just stopped because I felt insulted. 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 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. Oct 03, Franco Arda rated it it was amazing.
Aug 07, Tania rated it it was ok. Nov 04, Luka rated it it was amazing. Everyone who works for a big company is in a bureaucracy.