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La empresa en la sociedad que viene

3.93 of 5 stars 3.93  ·  rating details  ·  96 ratings  ·  9 reviews
Excellent analysis of the dizzying shock wave of information and the changes the society of the future will have to face.
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published June 1st 2003 by Empresa Activa (first published 1980)
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Kanti Brahma
Peter Drucrker guides readers through the patterns of evolution of societies in this book. The book dwells with the patterns of modern societies, the rationale behind the societal change, effect of demography on management issues.
The book has four parts. The first part covers the reasons of information revolution. Drucker says that a time will come when information literacy will be considered seriously in the society. E-commerce will shape the future of corporations to a large extent.
Part 2 is
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Krishna Kumar
Peter Drucker tries to predict the future of businesses in the next century. Increasing globalization and technological advances bring challenges and opportunities. There is an increasing role for non-governmental organizations in addressing some of the pressing problems of our society. Drucker also examines how different cultures such as Japanese are handling these new challenges.
Maura
I learned very little of interest. I guess the idea of having civic-minded nonprofit organizations that do the functions that "big government" supposedly isn't providing is a little unusual.

I was annoyed that Drucker thought women would be great "knowledge workers" in the future because of the ease of joining and leaving the field--as the childbearers, women would be able to come back to work after "taking 15 years off". Huh? This is the future society? What about the idea of having the best peo
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DANIEL GHANIME
Great Read, from demographics ...to HR... to Magement, I have a soft spot for P.Drucker
Jose
Un libro del maestro del Management. Como siempre el valor de estas obras el panorama global en el que circunscribe Drucker su obra, nos muestra el desarrollo de la gerencia y lo que supone será en el futuro.
Jose
PD is problably the best management guru ever. A man who saw the horrors of war and aided by a brilliant mind who has a lot to say.
Tony Cohen
I'd like more facts and less conjecture from one of the pre-eminent economic minds of the last 50 years thanks.
Searle60
Excellent and insightful management theory book. Highly recommend this read to all manager's and leaders!
Neil
Not earth moving, but a good read. Good points. It's Drucker.
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