By John Naisbitt
Naisbitt, prescient ''futurist'' and best-selling writer of Megatrends (1982) and Megatrends 2000 (1990), unearths the method in the back of his skill to expect worldwide tendencies. Naisbitt broke clear of his small-town Mormon roots to develop into a best government at IBM and Eastman Kodak and used to be an assistant to either presidents Kennedy and Johnson sooner than changing into a world thinker, learning developments through tracking countless numbers of day-by-day neighborhood newspapers. partially 1, his eleven mind-sets demonstrate how one can process the processing of knowledge with out the restrictions imposed on us via preconceived principles and pop culture. mind-set 4, ''Understanding how robust it isn't to must be right,'' is a chief instance of ways obdurate considering, really within the fields of politics and drugs, places large constraints at the talents of leaders to unravel difficulties. partially 2, Naisbitt smashes some of the preconceptions we now have approximately globalization and our notion of switch.