Future Consumer.Com: The Webolution of Shopping to 2010

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 29, 2001 - Business & Economics - 318 pages
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"You say you want a webolution? Read this book." —DON TAPSCOTT, best-selling author of The Digital Economy and Growing Up Digital; co-author of Digital Capital

"Excellent bedtime reading - except it prevents you from sleeping!" —YRJO NEUVO, Executive Vice-President & Chief Technical Officer, Nokia Mobile Phone <P>"A pleasure to read, providing new insights into the future impact of the Internet on our personal and professional lives." —JANICE M. SCITES, Vice-President, Internet Implementation Strategy, AT&T Corp. <P>"Frank Feather knows how to get under the skin of every consumer company with the message: change or suffer." —KEVIN MANEY, Technology Columnist, USA Toda

"A 'must read' for any executive who expects to be employed in 2010." &mdashJOHN BRANDT, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, <I>Industry Week and Industry Week.com

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Contents

Acknowledgments
13
The Webolution
19
WWW Flips to MMM
37
Copyright

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FRANK FEATHER is a global business futurist and author who, in 1979, coined the now well-known phrase "Thinking Globally, Acting Locally." Formerly a strategic planning executive with three of the world's largest banks, he has forecast the future with uncanny accuracy since 1981. In demand on the lecture circuit, he has advised an A-Z of global companies in all industries. Even the big consulting firms frequently pick his brain.

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