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The reader will take many notes about funky business is truly global, working values, globally linked society, senseless supply, deregulated life, tribalisation, innovation etc.

Anyway the book is nice to read exactly for the freshmen to get excited about the business. Business as usual is uninspired and that’s no longer good enough; talent doesn’t want to work there; customers don’t want to buy there. Only the examples of business which adapted to changes happening back then are backing up the idea that for thriving in business you need to embrace changes and to adapt rapidly to those changes.

There was no plot whatsoever and nothing revolutionary, but a bit of funny revelations It is just a mix of known facts, but presented systemically, lots of quotes and “evidence” supporting one main idea.

Refresh and try again. I’ve left the book somewhere around p. I guess it is true what the authors write at the beginning – this book is not gonna tell you what to think, it is going to make you think.

Don’t expect for it to reveal “hidden secrets you never new before in your life!!! If you wonder how it feels to be a part dl this, just remember the first time you were about to have sex: This book is about the future of business. Moreover, if it were true, Tripp trapp would have disappeared. PS; This book is an up-dated version of t This book is about the funky business world we are living in. In these times we need Funky Business. At least in Eastern Europe. Though the book was written more than 20 years ago, it fuunky still relevant to modern economy.


You’ll feel that especially if you have any contact with companies. Mar 03, Alexandra rated it did not like it Shelves: If you are a younger reader, you might hardly understand why this book was so popular back in the day.

It’s funky out there, very funky. A good book in its time. Return to Book Page. No trivia or quizzes yet. Jul 08, Nathalie Zivkovic rated it did not like it. My copy of this book is in Romanian.

Very good scientific research! Their view of all 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.

There is no thought. Dec 18, Narek Manukyan rated it it was ok. La book was written in so is a little outdated however the principles in the book still apply to the real world today.

Funky Business: Talent Makes Capital Dance

Oct 28, Nenad rated it it was ok. These guys were dead on as to what was going to happen in the business world.


Lists with This Book. The workers do control the means funmy production; 1. For instance, Banks will never work like startups. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Trivia About Funky Business: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

This book is about the funky business world we are living in. Mar 11, Dasha Vakhina rated it liked it.

Mar 06, Buitron David rated it liked it. First I read this book in the first year of the business school and was excited about the new for me corporate world and business future. Nov 04, Luka rated it it was amazing.

Funky Business: Talent Makes Capital Dance by Jonas Ridderstråle

But it speaks about the unavoidable and constant change, so 14 years later it must be for definition obsolete. It is great to see how excited the authors are about this whole World Wide Web thing: It’s funny that this book is fromwith ideas that 90 percent of your surroundings STILL don’t understand and live by. Published December 10th by Financial Times Management first published