- The Times, They Are A-Changing ?
- Inspiring books for 2013 : #5 – Your Money or Your Life, by Joe Dominguez & Vicki Robin
- Inspiring books for 2013 : #4 – The Third Industrial Revolution, by Jeremy Rifkin
- Inspiring Books for 2013 – #3 : Managing Flow, I. Nonaka
- Inspiring Books for 2013 – #2 : Money and Sustainability, The Missing Link, by Bernard Lietaer
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This post will be the last of the “Inspiring Books for 2013″ series. No, Your Money or Your Life is not a thriller. It is not a typical self-help book with the “seven steps” or “ten rules” for managing your … Continue reading
Jeremy Rifkin, renowned futurist, thinker and author, published The Third Industrial Revolution; How Lateral Power is Transforming Energy, the Economy, and the World in 2011. In this book, he argues that we have started a third industrial revolution, that is … Continue reading
All right. This is not the kind of books you want to read in the subway or in a café. It is academic, and probably made for academics (its price also is for academics…). But I think its main ideas … Continue reading
The second inspiring book I would like to comment here is Money and Sustainability : The Missing Link, written by Bernard Lietaer, Sally Goerner and Stefan Brunnhuber. This is a report published by the European Chapter of the Club of … Continue reading
In 2012, five books have inspired me a lot. As you will see, they all relate to some key elements of a successful transition towards a new society. Let’s start with the first of them : David Holmgren, Permaculture, Principles … Continue reading
Recently, I came across this speech of Peter Bakker, the President of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD). The former CEO of TNT, now leading this organization with more than 200 corporate members, pledges for a revolution of … Continue reading
Last week, I attended the World Forum in Lille. All the event was remarkable (and I’ll come back to it in other posts), but I have been impressed by a small and well-hidden nugget : the unique governance of a … Continue reading