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Extreme competition: innovation and the great 21st century business reformation

By: Fingar, Peter.
Publisher: Tampa Meghan Kiffer Press 2006Description: 222 p.ISBN: 9780929652382.Subject(s): Management | Technological innovations | Diffusion of innovations | Globalization - Economic aspects | Information technology | Information societyDDC classification: 658.4063 Summary: There are some fierce new competitors on the block, ready to engage your company, and you personally, in extreme competition. In this riveting new book, Peter Fingar and his colleagues from around the globe sound a penetrating wake-up call to governments, companies, and individuals alike. Bringing great urgency to the book's pages, Fingar makes it crystal clear that we are not on the brink of a great transition -- we've already crossed the threshold to a new economic world order. With precision, insight and clarity, he reveals the 5 key drivers and 16 new realities of extreme competition that are hidden in plain sight. This book begins where Thomas Friedman's popular book, The World is Flat, leaves off, but spares readers from Friedman's grandiloquent prose, and offers 13 concrete suggestions for action. This thought-provoking book, along with its companion video, Extreme Competition: The Keynote is the definitive guide to winning in the new age of global competition. Source: Amazon.com
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

There are some fierce new competitors on the block, ready to engage your company, and you personally, in extreme competition. In this riveting new book, Peter Fingar and his colleagues from around the globe sound a penetrating wake-up call to governments, companies, and individuals alike. Bringing great urgency to the book's pages, Fingar makes it crystal clear that we are not on the brink of a great transition -- we've already crossed the threshold to a new economic world order. With precision, insight and clarity, he reveals the 5 key drivers and 16 new realities of extreme competition that are hidden in plain sight. This book begins where Thomas Friedman's popular book, The World is Flat, leaves off, but spares readers from Friedman's grandiloquent prose, and offers 13 concrete suggestions for action. This thought-provoking book, along with its companion video, Extreme Competition: The Keynote is the definitive guide to winning in the new age of global competition. Source: Amazon.com

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