Published May 2007
by Hampton Roads Publishing Company .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||218|
"Megatrends provides incontrovertible proof that doing good and giving back pays off for everyone. This book is thrilling." Christiane Northrup, MD, author of Mother-Daughter Wisdom "If you want the 'Big Picture' on the changes rocking business, this book is for you." Dave Stangis, Director, Corporate Responsibility, Intel CorporationCited by: Naisbitt believes that the future can best be predicted from a careful analysis and understanding of present grass roots trends. This best-selling and widely influential book presents ten. The message of this book, well-presented and abundantly documented, is that we're on the threshold of a new era in corporate leadership. Aburdene, a veteran of authoring trends books going back to the original Megatrends with John Naisbitt, forecasts a growing movement toward socially responsible corporate policies as a counterbalance to the equally Cited by: John Naisbitt (born Janu in Salt Lake City, Utah) is an American author and public speaker in the area of futures first book Megatrends: Ten New Directions Transforming Our Lives was published in It was the result of almost ten years of research. It was on The New York Times Best Seller List for two years, mostly as No. 1. Alma mater: Harvard University, Cornell .
10 Mega Trends that are (re)shaping our world Simon Atkinson. 1 Mega trends that are (re) shaping the world. 1. Dynamic Populations. The Global population continues to grow 7,, Estimated population from File Size: 2MB. Megatrends had its 15 minutes, which unfortunately, ran all the way into the 90's. There were a number of authors who did the same dance, sang the same song. One thinks of George Gilder, Esther Dyson, or Faith Popcorn/5. Get this from a library! Megatrends [Patricia Aburdene] -- "A change in business is coming-- one that is proving to be as profound as advances in information technology and global politics. In Megatrends , bestselling author and legendary social. Last night I read Megatrends by Patricia Aburdene who co-authored Megatrends with John Naisbitt. Much of the book touted the benefits of meditation. I have toyed with meditation over the years. it definitely is on my list to move up in the next few months/5(16).
Megatrends , written solely by Patricia Aburdene, asserts that business will not be driven by external, social, or technological forces so much as 'the internal dimension of change'. What she's predicting is a spiritual megatrend that will define and take firm hold of business as we know it.3/5(2). Patricia Aburdene, author of Megatrends The Rise of Conscious Capitalism Interview Summary ( ) Host: Tom Anderson Sponsor: Tyson Center for Faith and Spirituality in the Workplace We began the interview with this reading from Megatrends found on page Patricia Aburdene talked about her book [Megatrends The Rise of Conscious Capitalism], published by Hampton Roads Publishing Company. She . "Megatrends provides incontrovertible proof that doing good and giving back pays off for everyone. This book is thrilling." --Christiane Northrup, MD, author of Mother-Daughter Wisdom "If you want the 'Big Picture' on the changes rocking business, this book is for you." --Dave Stangis, Director, Corporate Responsibility, Intel CorporationPrice: $