Steve Dennings’s book review: The New Capitalist Manifesto by Umair Haque
Posted by Fred Zimny
Many references this year to Umair Haque. As written by him that making room for reflecting is a strategic imperative, this book is on the to read list 2011.
In his brilliant new book, The New Capitalist Manifesto, Umair Haque gives us a bold and eloquent vision of 21st Century capitalism:
“A capitalism where companies, countries and economies reach a higher apex of advantage—one where bigger purpose rouses untapped human potential of every employee, customer and future customer, instead of deadening it
- Triggering disruption through behavioural innovation (innovationtools.com)
- Making Room for Reflection Is a Strategic Imperative – Umair Haque – Harvard Business Review (fredzimny.wordpress.com)
- Umair Haque in the Harvard Business Review: Unlocking the Mayor Badge of Meaninglessness (boxofmeat.net)
- Unlocking the Mayor Badge of Meaninglessness by Umair Haque for Harvard Business Review (litmanlive.co.uk)
- Umair Haque in the Harvard Business Review: Marketing Can Do Better (boxofmeat.net)
- The Most Intriguing HBR Blog Posts of 2010 (blogs.hbr.org)
- Why you should cozy up to your critics (theglobeandmail.com)
About Fred ZimnyHave been a service management professional for over twenty years. Successfully managed transition programs and front office operations within numerous major Dutch companies. I am also founder of www.serve4impact.com, an attempt to define the developments in the field of service design and service management. Interested in consulting, education and writing (and occasionally speaking) engagements, as well as blogging opportunities. Expertise: Service marketing Leadership Service management Marketing performance and productivity Change management.
Posted on 2010/12/24, in Uncategorized and tagged book, Capitalism, capitalist manifesto, Harvard Business Review, Libertarianism, Mayor, Politics, Social media, Umair Haque, United States, Vision, visionaries, vision things, trends. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.