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Human creativity has been one of the fundamental drivers of civilization and progress solving immense problems, creating opportunities and overcoming enemies like no other force. Often it has baffled its skeptics by finding new and better resources, unexpected environmental technologies and genuinely amazing products that no one had predicted. However, like so many before it, Western civilization is now suffering from serious internal decay with its bloated public sectors, punitive taxes, over-regulation, marginalized citizens, stagnation, debt, unemployment and pessimism. This important and fascinating book explains why internal decay is normal. But it also shows how and why solutions can be found by countries and companies enabling more creativity and adaptability than ever before. It s through the power of creativity that society and business can overcome the challenges and crises of today.
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Lars Tvede (larstvede.com) holds a Master s degree in Engineering and a Bachelor s degree in International Commerce, and he is a certified derivatives trader from National Futures Association in Chicago. Lars Tvedes books have been published in 11 languages and more than 50 editions.Lars spent 11 years in portfolio management and investment banking before moving to the high-tech and telecommunications industries in the mid-1990s, where he has been co-founder of several award-winning companies within the satellite, Internet and mobile space.He is also founder of Beluga, a successful financial trading company. Lars was listed in The Guru Guide to Marketing as one of the Worlds 62 leading thinkers of marketing strategy.Review:
"The Creative Society is a book the reader cannot put down down until the last page has been reached. It is simply exciting and fascinating." --- Berlingske Tidende newspaper (Denmark)
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Book Description Lid Publishing, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1907794883