Are INTPs really just intelligent underperformers

E-Man

The main characteristics of the "decisive" person in the economy will change. We are leaving the "peasant society" of calm, dutiful people who allow tradition, experience and order to reign (old economy). The new era "fights" with new business models and ever faster technology cycles for the billions that the first can gain in the market. No more time for experience & Co.

How will it be - in E-Man's World? Better? Millionaire at 40 or burnout? How long has the upheaval been going on? Above all, E-Man has to be creative, proactive, authentic, capable of renewal and risk, full of trust in the face of extreme change. A report from the turbulent zone of management and the inner human. As usual, exciting, provocative, argumentative and passionately subjective! The third edition was supplemented by an afterword by the author.

Gunter Dueck (1951) lives in Waldhilsbach near Heidelberg. From 1982-87 he was professor of mathematics in Bielefeld and then worked at IBM on strategy, cultural change and the establishment of new business areas (business intelligence, cloud computing). Most recently, until 2011, he was Chief Technology Officer at IBM Germany. The highly decorated scientist, IEEE Fellow and lateral thinking bestseller author of many satirical-philosophical books today fights as a philosopher, as he puts it, "in retirement for world improvement": for education and new professionalism, for innovation and anticipation of the digital age.

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Change Management Computer Corporate Development New Economy Smart Knowledge Society Economy

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Gunter Dueck (1951) lives in Waldhilsbach near Heidelberg. From 1982-87 he was professor of mathematics in Bielefeld and then worked at IBM on strategy, cultural change and the establishment of new business areas (business intelligence, cloud computing). Most recently, until 2011, he was Chief Technology Officer at IBM Germany. The highly decorated scientist, IEEE Fellow and lateral thinking bestseller author of many satirical-philosophical books today fights as a philosopher, as he puts it, "in retirement for world improvement": for education and new professionalism, for innovation and anticipation of the digital age.

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