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More Human: Designing a World Where People Come First (Inglés) Pasta dura – 26 abril 2016
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- Editorial : PublicAffairs (26 abril 2016)
- Idioma : Inglés
- Pasta dura : 416 páginas
- ISBN-10 : 1610396529
- ISBN-13 : 978-1610396523
- Dimensiones : 16.51 x 3.81 x 24.13 cm
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº205,159 en Libros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros)
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Biografía del autor
Steve Hilton is cofounder and CEO of Crowdpac, a Silicon Valley political tech start-up, and teaches at Stanford University. He was formerly senior adviser to Prime Minister David Cameron. Hilton is a graduate of New College, Oxford University, where he studied philosophy, politics, and economics. He now lives in California with his wife and young family. You can follow him on Twitter @SteveHiltonx. Scott Bade is a researcher at the Freeman Spogli Institute of International Studies at Stanford University. He graduated from Stanford and lives in California. Jason Bade lectures on social problem solving at Stanford Law School and is active in the impact investing space. He graduated from Stanford University and lives in California.
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An old-style socialist writes...Revisado en el Reino Unido el 21 de julio de 2016
I enjoyed this book. I found it thought-provoking and easy to read. I'm probably more left-leaning than most so expected to disagree with just about everything in here, but on many subjects found myself in complete agreement with the author (how he managed so long as an advisor to the Tories is a bit of a mystery). In particular the sections on Capitalism and Food I found myself in complete agreement with. There were, admittedly, some wacky suggestions (banning kids from having mobile phones!!), but I'd say I agreed with about 40% of his ideas, disagreed with 40% and found the remaining 20% completely beyond the pale (which I suspect would just about please the author). I've also subsequently purchased two of the books he referenced.
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Readable and interestingRevisado en el Reino Unido el 7 de julio de 2015
Took one look at thisnbook when it arrived and thought I'd never get through it. However I started reading it and could not put it down. Interesting and well written and not too heavy at all. Made me think a lot about how our society works and things that might help it to work better. I'm glad I bought it and took the plunge and opened it. I would rzecommend it to anyone who is interested in the society that we live in.
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A timely book with advice on how to manage austerity successfully.Revisado en el Reino Unido el 3 de julio de 2015
This is a book the contents of which I should like to think will be read by every MP , senior civil servant and member of the House of Lords. We so desperately require in this age of austerity to not lose the human touch in how businesses and public services are managed. Unfortunately, the client, customer or tax payer is so often marginalised in favour of the fat cat at the remote head of the organisation.
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The book was okRevisado en el Reino Unido el 6 de agosto de 2019
The theory was interesting, but it was narratively slow and lacked the kind of rigger found in an academic book, which this wasn't trying to be of course, but it is what is needed to have any chance of being useful.
phenomenal bookRevisado en el Reino Unido el 10 de octubre de 2016
this is a phenomenal book. This will be Steve Hilton's magnum opus. SH systematically goes through the most prescient problems facing developed countries today. He prosecutes one very important argument, our societies and economies must be made more human. We must design a world where people come first. SH has delivered a masterpiece with this book.