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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Explore the Home Gift Guide. He has witnessed America going throubled times naisbit good times. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Because of the global integration, small businesses have even more hope of becoming successful in the future.

Both of these trends, universalism and tribalism, are supported by technological advances in electronic communications, according to Naisbitt. Naisbitt Megatrends argues that the shift from the paramount influence of governments, politicians and conglomerates to entrepreneurial economies propels us toward a global economy. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.

Like his book Megatrendsthis is a quick and dirty account of infintitely complex global trends. High Tech High Touch, was published in the fall of and has since been published in 17 countries. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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Ryan Auzan rated it it was amazing Jan 09, Jan 22, Nick Woodall rated it it was amazing Shelves: His Megatrends was a mega-best-seller and he went on to spin off works like Megatrends and, with his wife, Patricia Aburdene, Megatrends for Women.

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Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Pink talks about this in nasibitt Agent Nation”. Naisbitt glohal oversimplify, but he knows how to attract an audience. Greg rated it liked it Jan 25, Here are a few of my favorite quotes: Furthermore, when the author quoted, he epitomized If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?

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. Lists with This Book.

AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Return to Book Page. John Naisbitt is very good at looking into the future. Karol rated it really liked it Feb 13, His cultural life and residence in the United States, Europe and now China keeps him in direct in touch with a changing economic environment — experience that is reflected in the books he has written. This time, it really amazed me: Naisbitt relates it to countries.

Telecommunications are the driving force that is simultaneously creating the new world economy and making its parts more and more globap. In each of these areas, he surveys the major trends and observes the “global paradox” at work — as the world becomes vastly more integrated, the small, agile, and informed players will profit the most.


Share your thoughts apradox other customers. Anyway, had I paid better attention to this book, I could have an extra edge in my glonal portfolio particularly in Greater China The major new trends in global economics, politics, and social life all point toward a “global paradox,” according to John Naisbitt — “the bigger the world economy, the more powerful its smallest players.

As with his other works, his ideas are supported mostly by citations from the popular press. Books by John Naisbitt. Already 50 percent of U. Nevertheless, this book has has an important function, I think. Please try again later.

You can find here insights for the emergence of the post-industrial global culture and economy. Preview — Global Paradox by John Naisbitt. In fact, traditional representative politics is coming to an end for “now citizens who nzisbitt in representative democracies have the power to radically decentralize and to evolve into direct democracies. There’s a problem loading this menu right now.