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The Seventh Sense: Power, Fortune, and Survival in the Age of Networks (Inglês) Capa dura – 17 maio 2016
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- Editora : Little, Brown and Company (17 maio 2016)
- Idioma : Inglês
- Capa dura : 352 páginas
- ISBN-10 : 0316285064
- ISBN-13 : 978-0316285063
- Dimensões : 16.51 x 3.18 x 24.13 cm
- Ranking dos mais vendidos: Nº 253,313 em Livros (Conheça o Top 100 na categoria Livros)
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Sobre o Autor
Joshua Cooper Ramo is the author of the international bestseller The Age of the Unthinkable. He is co-chief executive officer and vice chairman of Kissinger Associates and a member of the board of directors of FedEx and Starbucks. His first book, No Visible Horizon, chronicled his experiences as a competitive aerobatic pilot.
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Good read, surprisingly superficial logic, no aha!Avaliado no Reino Unido em 14 de janeiro de 2017
Surprisingly superficial. I bought it with high expectations seeing how many big names had referred too. I kept going for the real meat but stopped at a long otherwise pleasant conversation with an undoubtedly good and erudite mind. The injections of network theory are quite old and only serve to state the obvious one overriding line of the book. It's unusual for me to go back but I did re-read hoping I would find the missing aha! I didn't. There is plenty of anecdotes and references that would make the reading pleasurable but do not expect miracles.
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D A McClymont
Highly recommended - but would be even better if the auther considered more ambitous goals for the futureAvaliado no Reino Unido em 12 de agosto de 2016
I would highly recommend this book. It helped to clarify a good bit of thinking and particularly confirms that we need to recognize that the world has fundamentally changed over the last few years. Going forward it will be a different paradigm and this casts doubt on the views of many that anticipate the future will rhyme closely with the past. It makes a persuasive case that it actually is different this time. However the author does suffer from some mindblocks surrounding the future which it would be good to overcome. Ensuring the survival of the US nation for 200 years is portrayed as key and indeed making the US great again seems to be permeating the current Presidential campaign. Extending the average lifespan of US citizens by 200 years is an alternative and potentially incompatible goal as it could require a new level of global cooperation to achieve. Based on observation of behaviour I am fairly sure the average US citizen would prefer the latter objective - however the opportunities of the networked age to radically change the direction of humanity are not to my mind fully addressed.
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Rich and thought provokingAvaliado no Reino Unido em 2 de julho de 2016
This book helps one make more sense of our fast changing world. My only criticism would be that it was quite U.S. centric in its recommendations, but it's a great read, impressively researched and intellectually stimulating.
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Overrated, far from insightfulAvaliado no Reino Unido em 31 de dezembro de 2016
Totally overrated and not for the reader who is abreast of today's megatrends. This book doesn't get to the point and when the main theses are revealed, one is disappointed at how mundane these are. Some interesting stories from histories along the way but no "ah ha" moment.
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Thought provoking in the extremeAvaliado no Reino Unido em 19 de setembro de 2016
I had to read this for work and will remain forever grateful. I can't remember ever picking up a book like this and recognising the times I live in and the dilemmas we face so well. What is the nature of our age? What does it mean for us, for society, for governments? Plus such good historical nuggets woven in, Western and Chinese. Fascinating
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