: Funky Business: El Talento Mueve al Capital (Spanish Edition) ( ) by Kjell Nordstrom; Jonas Ridderstrale and a great selection. : Funky Business: El Talento Mueve al Capital (Spanish Edition): Great condition with minimal wear, aging, or shelf wear. Transcript of Funky Business: El talento mueve al capital. Autor: Jonas Ridderstrale, Kjell Nordström Año: Editorial: Prentice Hall.

Author: Kagajinn Gugal
Country: Luxembourg
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Photos
Published (Last): 26 March 2010
Pages: 188
PDF File Size: 16.10 Mb
ePub File Size: 1.37 Mb
ISBN: 325-6-67740-427-4
Downloads: 63192
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Tygolrajas

I am part gunky 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.

Funky Business: Talent Makes Capital Dance

Mar 03, Alexandra rated it did not like it Shelves: Un libro para quienes no les guste la lectura profunda ytediosa de los negocios. But it lacks the practical side. 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.

Published December 10th by Financial Times Management first published Dec 18, Narek Manukyan rated it it was ok. Want to Read saving…. It’s funny that this book is fromwith ideas that 90 percent of your surroundings STILL funly understand and live by.

Funky Business: Talent Makes Capital Dance by Jonas Ridderstråle

Jul 08, Nathalie Zivkovic rated it did not like it. If you are a younger reader, you might hardly understand why this book was so popular back in the day.


Sep 08, Cosmin Cosma rated it really liked it Capjtal I saw Nordstrom speak at a conference — very insightful. Business as usual is uninspired and that’s no longer good enough; talent doesn’t want to work ep customers don’t want to buy there.

A classic to star thinking differently. It’s a neomaniac book that hasn’t passed the test of time. This book is not taking any step forward from the line of “management and business” books promoted in US. Successful companies are different from the competition, and difference comes from the way people think rather than what companies make. Apr 03, Serge rated bksiness liked it.

But instead of posting on Instagram, you write a book that pretends to be about economics. It’s funky out there, very funky.

Funky Business: El talento mueve al capital by Valeria Stange on Prezi

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. This book is about the funky business world we are living in. Their view of the world is too simplistic and ideal, they want it to look like they write about it but the book doesnt have much in common with what the real business is.

First I read this book in the first year of the business school and was excited about the new for me corporate taelnto and business future. Trivia About Funky Business: The workers do control the means of production; 1. I find it overly exalting, lacking consistence and outdated.

If you wonder how it feels to be a part of this, just remember the first time you were about to have sex: Indeed the world has changed in the last years dramatically, and this has influenced everything in our lives. It is great to see how excited the authors are about businezs whole World Wide Web thing: My copy of this book is in Romanian. This is not research.


At least in Eastern Europe. This book was very enjoyable to read.

Jul 10, Hermano rated it really liked it. They are confusing wishful thinking and the reality. Apr 22, Angel Serrano rated it really liked it Shelves: Here are some examples for you which might correlate to possible experiences for you today and in the future: 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.

Mar 12, Bogdan rated it liked it Shelves: I had similar thoughts to theirs so I was very pleased to see my thoughts come to life in someone else’s book. One controversial part of the first book is left out for more general acceptance: Everyone who works for a big company is in a bureaucracy.

After this financial crisis, we see they are still there thanks to taxpayers’ money and behave bureaucratically.

Lists with This Book.