The needs of the poor are many Product design must focus on poor skills, infrastructure and difficulty of access. Are the cheap plastic goods of globalization better than the things they made themselves? This is a good introduction to how some of the business models work in a limited income-source setting. Negative private market forces extract money from poor regions and leave the poor in a negative net position.
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They need to be exposed to the range and variety of opportunities that inclusive globalization can provide. Refresh and try again. To date, more than 1. My library Help Advanced Book Search. The idea behind writing the book is great but the challenges and risks are more a A very good book to understand the mentioned cases in detail.
The book is not going to win any literary prizes but this is a foundational text for those interested in development and Sustainability. In my view this is a huge mistake. All in all this book is a must read for anyone who plans to work in any domain aiming at eradicating poverty The book builds a solid foundation of evidence that for-profit corporations can alleviate poverty, empower women, provide affordable healthcare, and improve government transparency.
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The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid: Eradicating Poverty Through Profits
This book gives a effective picture of the reality at the bottom of the pyramid. Read on your iOS and Android devices Get more info. This is a book with fresh, innovative ideas towards the eradication of poverty. Whether it impacts the ability of social structures or culture to be sustained is ignored. The second half of the book is composed of in-depth case reports that provide additional detail on the examples described in the book.
I understand that profits introduce discipline and expand market scale, but there is something fundamentally wrong with the notion of making profits from the poor. The for-profit prosthetic enterprises sell far more expensive prosthetics and spend huge amounts of their budget on marketing, helping far fewer and wealthier people.
The entire IInd section is dedicated to such cases studies.
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Just as a quick insight – Dr. May 05, Sharang Limaye rated it it was ok. Do the poor of Prahslad represent an opportunity for a large, organized financial services company p.
The cases are very elaborate and very well explained. The book is an easy read and it gives hope and a substantial ‘feel good’effect. Thanks to my work, I am in such a frame of mind.
Goodreads helps you keep track prrahalad books you want to read. The basic proposition that the author makes is ‘if we stop thinking of the poor as victims or as a burden and start recognising them as resilient and creative entrepreneurs and value-conscious consumers, a whole new world of opportunity will open up’.
The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid, Revised and Updated 5th Anniversary Edition
Prahalac 07, Vaishnavi Adapa rated it liked it Shelves: Jul 19, Max rated it liked it. To rate and review, sign in. Acronyms would never be defined. You’ll find a new case study on Jaipur Rugs’ innovative new global supply chain; updates to earlier editions’ key cases; and up-to-the-minute information on the evolution of key industries such as wireless, agribusiness, healthcare, consumer goods, and finance.
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While it was long and a bit repetitive in spots, the story is plausible and engaging. Eradicating Poverty Through Profits C. The symbiotic relationship that Dr. Prahalad refers to many interesting case prahala which are detailed in the appendix actually making up a good deal of the page count.
What irks most people is that this book talks too much about how to sell to the poor than about how to uplift them.