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Mind Set!: Eleven Ways to Change the Way You See--and Create--the Future (edició 2009)

de John Naisbitt

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In his Megatrends books, Naisbitt proved himself a far-sighted observer of our fast-changing world. This book discloses his secret of forecasting, opening the door to the insights that let him understand today's world and see the opportunities of tomorrow. He selects his most effective tools and applies them by guiding the reader through the five forces that will dominate the next decades of the twenty-first century.--From publisher description.… (més)
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Títol:Mind Set!: Eleven Ways to Change the Way You See--and Create--the Future
Autors:John Naisbitt
Informació:Harper Paperbacks (2009), Edition: Reprint, Paperback, 304 pages
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Mind Set!: Reset Your Thinking and See the Future de John Naisbitt

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Questo fa coppia con il libro sui cigni neri, con la differenza che è stato sritto nel 2006 - fa coppia come esempi, come spavalderia, come saccenza. Le intuizioni di N. sono abbastanza pratiche: il mondo nel quale vive l'autore è tuttavia un mondo lussuoso, tra alberghi a cinque stelle, interessi artistici, grandi nomi del gotha economico e politico. Puo' darsi che quello sia un punto di vista privilegiato per capire dove andrà il mondo, ma istintivamente ne rifuggo. (anche se la previsione dell'Europa futura, destinata ad essere meta di turisti ricchi asiatici e americani - e non più luogo di produzione, innovazione e lavoro, nel lungo periodo - è tristemente condivisibile). ( )
  bobparr | Dec 14, 2014 |
John Naisbitt begins this book with a reference to the story The Little Prince by Antoine De Saint Exupery. If you’ve not read that book then I strongly recommend that you do. It’s a ‘children’s’ story, (he talks of reading it to his six year old), and can be read in even the most hectic of schedules.

The reference Naisbitt makes to ‘The Little Price’ is to how we don’t see what is before us, only what we are able to see, and this idea echoes throughout the book.

In the first half of the book he describes eleven mindsets or ways through which we see and understand the world. The key point here is that the world doesn’t exist for us to observe, it exists because we observe it, and exists only in the ways that we are able to observe it.

In the eleven mindsets the description covers both what we see because of how we see, and what we may be able to see should we be able to change how we see.

I won’t list the eleven mindsets, but a few of them I found particularly useful,

4. Understanding how powerful it is not to have to be right
5. See the future a as picture puzzle.
9. You don’t get results by solving problems but by exploiting opportunities.
11. Don’t forget the ecology of technology

In the second half of the book he then takes some of these mindsets and applies them to what we are encouraged to call the ‘real world’ and extrapolates some futures.

Here there are some interesting thoughts on our movement towards a visually centered culture, an economic shift from nation states to economic domains and some scathing perspectives on Europe. Personally whilst this is the part of the book that attracts most attention, I find this less interesting. Having described the mechanism of mindsets as the vehicle to see in new ways, to then suggest what we will see in the future seems to offer answers and obscure the fact that the real jewel of the book is that he is inviting us to ask questions.

However this is a thought provoking book, and well worth reading. ( )
  Steve55 | Jan 17, 2010 |
Naisbitt has never bored me. This is anoother good book by Naisbitt. ( )
  jiwarasa | Jan 20, 2009 |
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In his Megatrends books, Naisbitt proved himself a far-sighted observer of our fast-changing world. This book discloses his secret of forecasting, opening the door to the insights that let him understand today's world and see the opportunities of tomorrow. He selects his most effective tools and applies them by guiding the reader through the five forces that will dominate the next decades of the twenty-first century.--From publisher description.

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