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Both enlightening and entertaining, Dr Max Mckeown deliversÂ concise advice on how to move from original insights to new ideas, and from new ideas to valuable real-world innovation.Youâ€™ll learn how to increase creativity, understand the psychology of thinking differently, encourage collaboration, co-create with customers, overcome indifference, create an idea-hungry culture, rid yourself of creativity zombies and get to innovation paradise.
Drawing onÂ over 30 years of the author's research and experience, this honest, straight-to-the-point playbook can be dipped into or read cover to cover, giving you important reminders and guidance in how to make new ideas useful. Are you ready to change the world? Â
Author: Max Mckeown
India is the fastest-growing trillion dollar economy in the world and poised to be the sixth largest economy in the world, overtaking the UK in 2019. As such, more and more businesses world-wide are looking to do business in this market. However, Indiaâ€™s unique business environment, culture and traditions make it a challenging market for most foreigners.
Â Doing Business in Indiais designed to make anyone exploring, starting or already doing business in India better aware of the cultural and business etiquetteâ€™s necessary to succeed in this market. This concise and attractive book is a one-stop guide that aims to shed light on the intricacies and complexities of doing business in India.
From Trumpâ€™s aggressive rhetoric against China, to the escalating trade war with tit for tat responses, and Chinaâ€™s 2025 initiative that threatens the US global leadership in advanced technologies, tensions between the US and China (the two dominant forces of todayâ€™s world) have never been higher.
This book provides a timely analysis of the US-China relationship. Each model is deeply rooted in their respective histories and cultures, with both models highly successful in achieving their main goals and highly resilient over time. It explores the core misconceptions on governance, economic, social and military issues, and the root causes of these misconceptions. If China and US could close the gap by each understanding those differences and their implications, the author argues, they could work together to overcome global issues to the benefit of all.