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Exponential Organizations

Why New Organizations are Ten Times Better, Faster and Cheaper than Yours (and What to Do About It)

By Salim Ismail, Michael S. Malone, Yuri van Geest
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Exponential Organizations: Why New Organizations are Ten Times Better, Faster and Cheaper than Yours (and What to Do About It) by Salim Ismail, Michael S. Malone, Yuri van Geest

Exponential Organizations offers an expert look into this new, critical form of company organization that the authors contend will soon become an industry standard. You’ll learn exactly what an exponential organization, or ExO, is and how you can build your own. Companies like Uber and AirBnB are some top examples of ExOs; if your company wants to survive, you’ve got to adapt.

  • Anyone who wants to be ready for the market of the future
  • Anyone looking to found a start-up company
  • Anyone who wants to make sure their organization is in step with modern thinking

Formerly a vice president at Yahoo, author Salim Ismail is now the founding executive director at Singularity University. Michael S. Malone is a prominent technology writer who has written nearly 20 award-winning books and has been featured in The Wall Street Journal. Yuri van Geest is an international keynote speaker and has served as a consultant for Google, Heineken and ING Bank.

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