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Mind set! : re-set your mind and see the future

Author: John Naisbitt
Publisher: New York : Collins, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st ed
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Identifies eleven attitudes and skills that readers of any experience level can use to anticipate and respond to global shifts, in a guide that cites the importance of embracing change while making predictions about five up-and-coming trends.
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Genre/Form: Forecasts
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Naisbitt
ISBN: 0061136883 9780061136887
OCLC Number: 760114637
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xx, 282 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Pt. I. Mindsets --
1. While many things change, most things remain constant --
2. The future is embedded in the present --
3. Focus on the score of the game --
4. Understanding how powerful it is not to have to be right --
5. See the future as a picture puzzle --
6. Don't get so far ahead of the parade that people don't know you're in it --
7. Resistance to change falls if benefits are real --
8. Things that we expect to happen always happen more slowly --
9. You don't get results by solving problems but by exploiting opportunities --
10. Don't add unless you subtract --
11. Don't forget the ecology of technology --
pt. II. Picutres of the future --
1. Culture : a visual culture is taking over the world --
2. Economics : from nation-states to economic domains --
3. China : the periphery is the center --
4. Europe : mutually assured decline --
5. Our evolutionary era : reservoir of innovation.
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