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Karaoke Capitalism:
Management For Mankind ("Financial Times") ("Financial Times") ("Financial Times") (Financial Times Series)

by Kjell Nordstrom, Jonas Ridderstrale

ISBN 0273687476 / 9780273687474 / 0-273-68747-6
Publisher Trans-Atlantic Publications, Inc.
Language English
Edition Softcover
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"If you loved Funky Business as much as I did, you'll love Karaoke Capitalism. Weird? Most certainly. Different? Most definitely. But, if you want to re-imagine your organization and your career it's a thought-provoking place to start." Tom Peters The creators will thrive at the expense of the copycats. Express yourself. In the long-awaited follow up to their internationally acclaimed Funky Business, Kjell Nordstrom and Jonas RidderstrSle have delivered a thought-provoking, workout for the wits in Karaoke Capitalism. A book that challenges individuals, businesses and nations to create originals rather than cover versions. Management guru Tom Peters said "If you loved Funky Business as much as I did, you,ll love Karaoke Capitalism." The karaoke economy is dominated by individuals with endless choice. The trouble for business is that the karaoke club is also home to institutionalized imitation. Copy-cats abound. Only imagination and innovation place societies, organizations and individuals center-stage. Karaoke Capitalism is a call to arms. Kjell and Jonas are rebels with a cause. With their unorthodox combination of academic rigor, forceful logic and funky free-thinking they once again re-write the rules for revolutionaries. This is a true work-out for the wits. The book teaches us how to successfully compete on competencies, create capitalism with character, and how to have a great life while also making a living. It is required reading for all those wanting to be a first-rate version of themselves rather than a second-rate version of someone else. Karaoke Capitalism - create or cover? Karaoke Capitalism is a hitchhiker,s guide to the galaxies of business. and practice is that business schools, benchmarking and best practice have transformed the entire world of commerce into a super-group of karaoke copying companies. And imitating someone else will never get you to the top - merely to the middle. Our societies are shaped by the glorious trio of technologies, instit [via]