{Read Textbooks} The Seventh Sense: Power, Fortune, and Survival in the Age of Networks (English Edition) Author Joshua Cooper Ramo – Intimatenights.co.uk

The Seventh Sense: Power, Fortune, and Survival in the Age of Networks (English Edition) Endless terror Refugee waves An unfixable global economy Surprising election results New billion dollar fortunes Miracle medical advances What if they were all connected What if you could understand why The Seventh Sense is the story of what all of todays successful figures see and feel the forces that are invisible to most of us but explain everything from explosive technological change to uneasy political ripples The secret to power now is understanding our new age of networks Not merely the Internet, but also webs of trade, finance, and even DNA Based on his years of advising generals, CEOs, and politicians, Ramo takes us into the opaque heart of our worlds rapidly connected systems and teaches us what the losers are not yet seeing and what the victors of this age already know


15 thoughts on “The Seventh Sense: Power, Fortune, and Survival in the Age of Networks (English Edition)

  1. Mayler Mayler says:

    Conoscendo Ramo per i suoi precedenti lavori e per i suoi articoli, appena ho saputo dell uscita di questo libro l acquistato per kindle.Per fugare ogni dubbio, dico subito che i contenuti e le opinioni di Ramo sono di assoluto valore anche questa volta l autore infatti spiega chiaramente in che direzione sta andando il


  2. Leandro Herrero Leandro Herrero says:

    Surprisingly superficial I bought it with high expectations seeing how many big names had referred too I kept going for the real meat but stopped at a long otherwise pleasant conversation with an undoubtedly good and erudite mind The injections of network theory are quite old and only serve to state the obvious one overriding


  3. D A McClymont D A McClymont says:

    I would highly recommend this book It helped to clarify a good bit of thinking and particularly confirms that we need to recognize that the world has fundamentally changed over the last few years Going forward it will be a different paradigm and this casts doubt on the views of many that anticipate the future will rhyme closely with


  4. Henry H Henry H says:

    This book helps one make sense of our fast changing world My only criticism would be that it was quite U.S centric in its recommendations, but it s a great read, impressively researched and intellectually stimulating.


  5. Nichole Beauchamp Nichole Beauchamp says:

    I had to read this for work and will remain forever grateful I can t remember ever picking up a book like this and recognising the times I live in and the dilemmas we face so well What is the nature of our age What does it mean for us, for society, for governments Plus such good historical nuggets woven in, Western and Chinese Fascinating


  6. Sohee Sohee says:

    Totally overrated and not for the reader who is abreast of today s megatrends This book doesn t get to the point and when the main theses are revealed, one is disappointed at how mundane these are Some interesting stories from histories along the way but no ah ha moment.


  7. ASP ASP says:

    Ramo has an astonishing breadth of experience in business and politics, which he marries to an extraordinary breadth of reading and research His call to arms for our modern world is compelling.


  8. Andrius Ziuk Andrius Ziuk says:

    Happy with the product Interesting read.


  9. Wayne Hennessy-Barrett Wayne Hennessy-Barrett says:

    A superb journey through the evolution of power networks which have always bonded mankind, concluding with a call to arms to understand and embrace the risks and opportunities of total connectivity.


  10. R. Ruiz De Querol R. Ruiz De Querol says:

    El punto de partida del autor vendr a a ser que, en una era de connectividad total, acoplada adem s a motores de inteligencia artificial, la conexi n constante conlleva, a menos que nos preparemos, una vulnerabilidad constante.Poco de nuevo hay en este an lisis, que en buena parte repite, en un lenguage menos acad mico y quiz m s legible, las tesis de Manuel Castells en Com


  11. Sudhanshu Bhasin Sudhanshu Bhasin says:

    Must read for E business people, very elaborative , great mixture of history politics business now and gives an opportunist a peek into future


  12. E. Stangl E. Stangl says:

    Intense, very profound and well researched book with attention to detail on how networks, newsmakers and influencers shape our world an use those networks to achieve success to a better and a worse Must read to understand the recent global problems and what is happening Trump, Brexit, raise of ISIS, economic crisis Ramo gives us tools to understand the mechanisms And the book can also


  13. z55z.co Customer z55z.co Customer says:

    A reasonably decent scholarly contribution, wroth investing time It needs one reading to interpret further Good job Josua


  14. Ryan Ryan says:

    boring, too much dialogue main points were hidden amongst a lot of boring history


  15. Swami Swami says:

    Nice look at history, present and what our future could be Very well written book that can be finished within a week.


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