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Title: Megatrends 1982 Warner Books, Inc. New York ISBN: 0446512516 John Naisbitt


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Megatrends (1982)Warner Books, Inc. New
YorkISBN 0-446-51251-6John Naisbitt
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1. Industrial Society -- to Information
Society
3
Agricultural societyIndustrial
SocietyInformation Society
4
2. Forced Technology -- to High Tech/High Touch
5
As products of high technology continue to
involve us more and more, were all feeling a
greater need for personal contact and self
fulfillment.
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3. National Economy -- to World Economy
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As the nations of Earth move toward a global
economy, its less clear who is going to make
what. The fastest-growing economies are all
Third World Countries.
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4. Short Term -- to Long Term
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Were changing from a society largely governed by
short-term considerations and rewards to one that
deals with things in much longer time frames.
10
5. Centralization -- to Decentralization
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Centralized organizations in America are becoming
weaker while local and specialized groups are
getting stronger, state and local governments are
becoming more influential than the federal
government.
12
6. Institutional Help -- to Self-Help
13
Americans are relying less upon government and
other institutions to fulfull their needs,
becoming more self-reliant, and taking action on
their own.
14
7. Representative Democracy -- to Participatory
Democracy
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Americans are more actively participating in
decisions affecting them. The consumer movement,
shareholder activism and the trend toward
employee rights are restructuring business. The
two party political system no longer represents
either candidates or voters.
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8. Hierarchies -- to Networking
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The old pyramid structure of authority is being
modified or replaced in organizations by more
effective, informal networks.
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9. North -- to South
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There is a migration of people from the North to
the South and West. The South and West are
becoming predominant industrial areas--providing
two out of every three new jobs in the country.
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10. Either/Or -- to Multiple Option
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From a society of limited personal choices, were
exploding into a free-wheeling nation of
multiple-options.
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