Listening to the Future: Why It's Everybody's Business
Listening to the Future: Why It's Everybody's Business explores the challenges and opportunities facing organizations, the transformations that will ripple through the political, economic, and social environments, and the implications for different industries in the 21st century workplace. Written by Microsoft forecasters Daniel W. Rasmus and Rob Salkowitz, this important book equips your business to get out in front of new technology innovations in the consumer world with the knowledge, practices, and tools to differentiate your business in our competitive, fast-moving global economy.
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Managing a Dynamic Business
Prospering in a Blended World
Insights from Complexity
CHAPTER 5Building Strategic Advantage Through
CHAPTER 6Fromthe New WorldofBusiness to the New World of Work
Managing Knowledge and Talent in the New World of Business
CHAPTER 9Hearing theFuture STRATEGY
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