- ISBN 9781861978141 / 1861978146
- Title Futurewise
- Author Patrick Dixon
- Category Social Forecasting, Future Studies
Impact Of Science & Technology On Society
Business & Management
- Format Paperback
- Year 2007
- Pages 322
- Publisher Profile Books Ltd
- Imprint Profile Business
- Edition 4th
- Language English
- Dimensions 129mm x 198mm x 15mm
The pace of change has been extraordinary and it has become much harder for businesses to anticipate the environment in which they will be operating not far down the line. This book offers information on what the future holds - how things are becoming ever faster, more urban, more tribal, more universal, more radical and more ethical.
The pace of change in the past two decades has been extraordinary and it has become much harder for businesses to anticipate the environment in which they will be operating not far down the line - how markets and marketing will change, how employees and consumers behaviour and attitudes will change. Patrick Dixon has been at the forefront of those who have identified the ways things are going and in this fourth edition of his highly acclaimed book he brings us right up to date on what the future holds - how things are becoming ever Faster , more Urban, more Tribal, more Universal, more Radical and more Ethical.
...very readable&covers a staggeringly wide subject range. - Professional Manager
Patrick Dixon was named as one of today's 50 most influential business thinkers in a recent executive survey. He advises many global companies and is a regular commentator on TV and radio on both sides of the Atlantic. He is a Fellow of the London Business School, a Visiting Professor at the European School of Management and Technology, and author of 12 books, including the much praised Building a Better Business, also published by Profile, and described by Sir Digby Jones, former head of the Confederation of British Industry, as 'One of the most stimulating and challenging reads in this field.' His many consulting clients include Credit Suisse, Microsoft, Siemens, HSBC, BT and the American Management Association. Click here for the author's website.