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A Compass for the Knowledge Economy Business: How-to Succeed in the New Knowledge Economy

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A Compass for the Knowledge Economy Business: How -to Succeed in the New Knowledge Economy is a indispensable guide to help you understand where we have been and where we are going. It is a critical piece of the puzzle to show you how to become a winner in this new global hypercompetitive marketplace where anyone can start a successful business.

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Kindle Edition, 14 pages
Published (first published October 18th 2011)
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David Grebow
Jul 29, 2016 David Grebow rated it it was amazing
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This short essay is brilliant! I now look at what's happening and it makes sense. I can see why all the great companies are all about managing minds and creating and selling ideas or a way to access, search for and communicate them. Google, Apple, Facebook and all the other are doing exactly what's needed to get rich in this new economy. The piece just flows from managing backs with land as the currency to managing minds today when ideas are the currency that creates wealth. I learned more from ...more
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