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Bill Jensen is President/CEO of the Jensen Group, a change consulting firm he founded in 1985. He is also an internationally acclaimed speaker and the author of Simplicity: The New Competitive Advantage in a World of More, Better, Faster.Josh Klein is the quintessential hacker - of social systems, computer networks, consumer hardware, animal behavior, and, most recently, the conference industry including TED and the World Economic Forum's annual meeting at DAVOS. He also speaks, writes, and consults on new and emerging technologies that improve people's lives. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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A great read with many practical tips.
I liked the breakdowns of hacking ethics and the work done I. Showing how hacking is beneficial to employees and business.
This book ignored the idea that there might be legal requirements for some rules, or that the rules are a result of years of research.
It reads like a college student at the end of an internship, disappointed that they were not in charge of the company by the end of a summer.
Vapid, foolish, and poorly written. I was hoping for some new ideas in this book, but all I found was a rebel without a clue.