The Change Book

The Change Book : Fifty Models to Explain How Things Happen

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How do you make your way in a world that is changing at an unprecedented rate? Why do we have less and less time? Why are some people unfaithful? How can our government act against threats before they happen? This book is about change - from the small and seemingly insignificant transitions in our day-to-day lives, to the big and almost incomprehensible shifts in human history. Drawing on expert advice and often complex theories, the authors of the bestselling The Decision Book present fifty simple and effective models to help us make sense of change in our world. Change is happening all around us, in every sphere from the personal and political to economics and the environment. In The Change Book you'll find models explaining the financial crisis, why biotechnology is the industry of the future and why cities are the new nations. Whether you're buying a new car, deciding who to vote for, or making an investment, this little black book will offer surprisingly simple explanations of our complicated world - and radically challenge some of your preconceived ideas.

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Product details

  • Hardback | 176 pages
  • 120 x 186 x 20mm | 200g
  • Profile Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 178125009X
  • 9781781250099
  • 57,739

About Roman Tschäppeler

Roman Tschappeler is a creative producer based in Biel, Switzerland. He has been consulting and producing various projects ranging from documentary movies, ad campaigns, pop music to art installations. He is a graduate from Kaospilot School in Aarhus, Denmark and Zurich University of Arts, Switzerland. Mikael Krogerus is from Finland and was a staff writer with NZZ Folio for five years. He is now editor at Das Magazin, the weekly from the Swiss Newspaper Tagesanzeiger. He is a graduate from Kaospilot School in Aarhus, Denmark.

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Praise for The Decision Book: 'New-year stimuli to anyone who manages anything - even just their desk Independent A handy primer for anyone keen to tackle problems in a different way Director Magazine It is thought-provoking reading on how the mind works and includes clear-cut diagrams and self-analysis questions Insight Magazine (Australia)

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