This work offers a summary of the book "GLOBAL PARADOX: The Bigger The World Economy, The More Powerful Its Smallest Players" by John Naisbitt.
What is the "global paradox"? As the world economy expands, the smallest elements (right down to the individual) will become ever more important and significant. The global paradox is a framework for developing an insight into the world as it is today and how it is moving towards tomorrow.
In this brilliant book, John Naisbitt analyzes the consequences of this paradox: 1. New political and business standards are evolving which are based on the expectations of tribal or local practices; 2. Tourism is responsible for driving the biggest industry in the world; 3. The economic viability of any country is directly related to the extent to which leaders provide an opportunity for the small parts to contribute to the whole; 4.
The facilitation of entrepreneurship is the key requirement of leadership (both business and political) in the future; 5. With the present state of the world, there are now more opportunities than at any other time in history.
In Global Paradox, John Naisbitt offers fresh theories on the development of a global economy, its contradictions and its implications. An inspiring work.