2020 Vision

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Simon and Schuster, May 15, 1992 - Business & Economics - 223 pages
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Information management and biotechnology are reshaping the basic structure of American enterprise. In this bold and innovative analysis, Davis and Davidson explain what these changes mean and how entrepreneurs and executives can preparelenges of tomorrow.
 

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User Review  - Wprecht - LibraryThing

I only vaguely remember this from a business class in the late 90s. It was all about the "new economy" where information is everything, etc. I would have to reread it to see if it holds up to the events of the past 10 years or not. Read full review

Contents

A Note on the Chapter Symbols
11
There Is No Jack Benny Law of BusinessYou Cant Stay
49
Informationalization
55
Informationalization
68
Interorganizational Bonding
75
Find the Turbocharger in Your Business
81
Focus on Your Business More and on Your Organization
112
The Myth of the Immortal Corporation or How
121
Grow and Reproduce or Die
129
How Its Going to Happen
139
You Cant Ride on Tracks You Havent Laid Down 145 2020
145
Dimensions of
179
Notes
207
Index
213
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STAN DAVIS is an independent author and speaker and a Senior Research Fellow at the Ernst & Young Center for Business Innovation in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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