21st Century Business: Managing and Working in the New Digital Economy
As Oracle reminds us in its new slogan: "The Internet changes everything". The world of work and managing has changed dramatically over the past decade, requiring a new kind of manager, a new kind of worker, and a new understanding of the ways of work n the so-called "post-industrial world". Jim Cortada lays out the issues that come to play in this new world, and some guidelines and precepts for navigating the new world's seas.
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