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Connect Drawing On The Professional Experience Of John Browne, Former CEO Of BP, And The Insight Of Two McKinsey Experts, Connect Articulates And Explores The Recurring Rift Between Big Business And Society, Offering A Practical Manifesto For Reconciliation This Timely And Important Book Features Candid Interviews With Global Leaders At The Heart Of This Debate, From Facebook S Sheryl Sandberg And Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein To Tony Blair And Tim Berners Lee, Inventor Of The World Wide WebConnect Shows How Companies And Executives Can Enhance Their Performance By Engaging Radically With The World Around Them

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10 thoughts on “Connect

  1. says:

    I agree that this book has a great idea and great concept but it is written absolutely terribly I felt like I was reading 400 pages of badly written, robotic essays.

  2. says:

    Didn t go far enough for me Read a bit like green wash by ex BP CEO.

  3. says:

    Connect and engage with society this is the rallying call to businesses by this impactful little book.Written by the former chief executive officer of BP and two top McKinsey executives, the book takes a hard look at how big businesses connect or accurately often fail to connect with society at large Built around many candid interviews w

  4. says:

    Extracts from the book i found particularly useful Location 1400 Technology driven transparency is shifting the balanced of power away from traditional institutions such as governments and companies towards individuals Social media has redefined the way we interact with the world democratizing the publication process Companies and governments need

  5. says:

    If I could give this book a negative rating I would The sheer hypocritical audacity of this guy is breathtaking He starts in the opening saying how sad he was about the loss of life as a result of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill What he neglects to say is that his own policies when he was the CEO of BP caused the extent of the damage in the gulf If you wan

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