Gilbert has written the book we all wish we could write. It offers a very concise description of the world's economic, environmental, social, and governmental problems, but more importantly, it tells us what we can do about them now, before it is too late. The book is jam-packed with interesting data, much of which is from Chinaathe new epicenter of toxic capitalism. Although it can be used as a great reference, it is not merely an academic tome. It has an armchair feel and is a terrifi c read. Bravo! Frank T. Gallo, Ph.D., Chief Leadership Consultant, Aon Hewitt Greater China, and the author of Business Leadership in Chinaby Richard Brubaker, Chaina magazine, March/April 2012, www.supplychains. com 6 aApple planning US$45b payouts over three yearsa, SCMP, 20 Mar 12. 7 I have currently four working Mac computers plus one in storage; I personally use three Macs on a nearly daily basis (iMac, MacBook Pro, and ... 13 aUS sales on Black Friday weekend see record higha, Bloomberg News in CD, 29 Nov 11.
|Author||:||Gilbert Van Kerckhove|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2012-07|