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What Would Google Do?

This book presents the new 21st Century way of thinking about business and social media. It should be essential reading for everybody not just software developers, UK politicians in particular would benefit and anybody who wants to learn more about how modern business works.

View on amazon.co.uk: (What Would Google Do?: Reverse-engineering the Fastest Growing Company in the History of the World) By Jeff Jarvis (Author) Paperback on (Nov , 2011)

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