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Worthless, Impossible And Stupid - How Contrarian Entrepreneurs Create And Capture Extraordinary Value (Cód: 9188774)

Isenberg,Daniel

Harvard Business Review Press

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Introducing the global mind-set changing the way we do business.
In this fascinating book, global entrepreneurship expert Daniel Isenberg presents a completely novel way to approach business building--with the insights and lessons learned from a worldwide cast of entrepreneurial characters. Not bound by a western, Silicon Valley stereotype, this group of courageous and energetic 'doers' has created a global and diverse mix of companies destined to become tomorrow's leading organizations.
'Worthless, Impossible, and Stupid' is about how enterprising individuals from around the world see hidden value in situations where others do not, use that perception to develop products and services that people initially don't think they want, and ultimately go on to realize extraordinary value for themselves, their customers, and society as a whole. What these business builders have in common is a contrarian mind-set that allows them to create opportunities and succeed where others see nothing. Amazingly, this process repeats itself in one form or another countless times a day all over the world.
From Albuquerque to Islamabad, you will travel with Isenberg to discover unusual yet practical insights that you can use in your own business. Meet the founders of Grameenphone in Bangladesh, PACIV in Puerto Rico, Sea to Table in New York, Actavis in Iceland, Studio Moderna in Slovenia, Hartwell Metals in Hong Kong and Southeast Asia, Given Imaging in Israel, WildChina in China, and many others. You'll be moved by the stories of these plucky start-ups--many of them fueled by adversity and, more often than not, by necessity.
Great stories, stunning successes, crushing failures--they're all here. What can we, in the East and West, learn from them? What can 'you' learn--and what will these entrepreneurial stories, so compellingly told, inspire you to do?
Let this book open doors for you where you once saw only walls. If you've ever felt the urge to turn a glimmer of an idea into something extraordinary, these stories are for you.

Características

Peso 0.52 Kg
Produto sob encomenda Não
Marca Harvard Business Review Press
I.S.B.N. 9781422186985
Referência 9781422186985
Altura 25.65 cm
Largura 16.00 cm
Profundidade 2.54 cm
Número de Páginas 304
Idioma Inglês
Acabamento Capa dura
Cód. Barras 9781422186985
Ano da edição 2013
AutorIsenberg,Daniel