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Titulos:
No ordinary disruption the four global forces breaking all the trends / Richard Dobbs, James Manyika, Jonathan Woetzel.
ISBN:
9781610395793; 1610395794; 9781610395809 (eISBN); 1610395808 (eISBN); 9781610396448 (pbk.); 1610396448 (pbk.)
Lugar de Edición:
New York :
Editor:
PublicAffairs,
Fecha de Edición:
c2015.
Edición #:
1st ed.
Notas #:
Título tomado de la pantalla de presentación (visto 20 de octubre de 2015)
Notas Formateada:
Part I. The four disruptive forces. Beyond Shanghai : the age of urbanization -- The tip of the iceberg : accelerating technological change -- Getting old isn't what it used to be : responding to the challenges of an aging world -- Trade, people, finance, and data : greater global connections -- Part II. Intuition resets. The next three billion : tapping the power of the new consuming class -- Reversing the cycle : resource opportunity -- End of an era : farewell to increasingly cheaper capital? -- The jobs gap : overcoming dislocation in the labor market -- From minnows to sharks : rise of new competitors and a changing basis of competition -- Policy matters : challenges for society and governance -- Concluding thoughts.
Nota de contenido:
"The dramatic fall of Blackberry and the stunning rise of What'sApp; the almost overnight emergence of Single's Day (Nov. 11), a contrived holiday in China, as the biggest online shopping day in the world, and the similarly from-out-of-nowhere rise of the U.S. as the world's newest petro-power: Are there common threads running through these big, important, stories? Yes. Ours is an era of near constant discontinuity. Today and even more so in the years ahead, speed, surprise, and sudden shifts in direction in huge global markets will routinely shape the destinies of established companies and provide opportunities for new entrants. Business models can be up-ended in months. Competitors can rise in almost complete stealth and burst upon the scene. Businesses that were protected by large and deep moats now find their defenses are easily breached. New markets are conjured seemingly from nothing ... In "No ordinary disruption", the directors of the McKinsey Global Institute, the flagship think tank of the world's leading consulting firm, McKinsey & Company, dive deeply behind current headlines to analyze the key forces transforming the global economy over the next two decade and most importantly, to explain what business and government leaders need to do to reset their intuitions and take advantage of the disruptions ahead. Free of jargon and gimmicks, filled with anecdotes, data, and graphics, informed by deep experience, "No ordinary disruption" is aimed at a broad audience of middle and senior level managers, investors, and policy makers." --Descripción del editor.
Palabras clave:
Economic development.; International trade.; Industrial management.; Globalization; Desarrollo económico.; Comercio internacional.; Industria; Globalización
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Institucion:
Universidad de San Andrés
Dependencia:
Biblioteca Max Von Buch

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