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Book Review: Plenitude The New Economics of True Wealth
By Andrew Leunig on June 17, 2011 in Belief Systems, Blog, Book Reviews, Business Issues, Business Models, Insights, Learning and Growth, Life Balance, Lifestyle, Personal Effectiveness, Strategy
Expert on working hours and lifestyles, Economist Schoe argues that our Consumption Model of the last 30 years is broken and that we need to head to a Post-Materialistic World. This need not be all lentils and hessian clothing – Schor argues that if we are clever and use technology well this could mean a […]
Book Review : What’s Mine is Yours : The Rise of Collaborative Consumption
By Andrew Leunig on June 8, 2011 in Blog, Book Reviews, Business Models, Business Types, Case Studies, Early Stage, Fast Growth, Fun, Insights, Life Balance, Lifestyle, Online, Other Stuff, Personal Improvement, Service, Technology
This book outlines a game changer. The rise of Collaborative Consumption. Driven by new, cheap technologies and maturing community rules about online trust – the new mantra is you don’t need to own it – you just need to access it. New Business Models are enabling “spare capacity” of all types to be put to […]