Helpful votes received on reviews: 87% (20 of 23)
Location: Istanbul, Turkey
Birthday: 11 May
In My Own Words:
He has more than 15 years of human resources experience as a manager at Turkish-based national, and international companies in various industries such as automotive,textile, FMCG,electricity,construction,printing and finance.

He(1956) received his B.S.(1984) and M.S.(1988) degrees in public administration from Middle East Technical University, Turkey. His major interests include organizational i… Read more


Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,221,495 - Total Helpful Votes: 20 of 23
The Next Global Stage: The Challenges and Opportun&hellip by Kenichi Ohmae
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
“I have been rehearsing the arguments that from the backbone of ‘The Next Global Stage’ for more than two decades.” K. Ohmae writes, “My previous books, including ‘The Borderless World’ and ‘The Invisible Continent,’ examined many of the issues I am still exploring. Ideas, as I say, do not emerge in a state of perfection. In its genesis, ‘The Next Global Stage’ has been shaped by two forces. First, it bears witness to changing circumstances. Over the last two decades, the world has changed substantially. The economic, political, social, corporate, and personal rules that now apply bear scant relation to those applicable two… Read more
Understanding Arbitrage: An Intuitive Approach to &hellip by Randall Billingsley
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
“This book traces the common thread binding together much of financial thought – arbitrage. Distilled to its essence, arbitrage is about identifying mispricing and developing strategies to exploit it. An inherently simple concept – the act of exploiting different prices for the same asset or portfolio – arbitrage is as important as it is commonly misunderstood. This is because arbitrage is so often presented in financial arguments that are long on technical detail but short on economic intuition. Many business professionals’ exposure to the concept is limited to the media occasionally associating arbitrage with high-profile financiers, like foreign currency… Read more
Powerful Times: Rising to the Challenge of Our Unc&hellip by Eamonn Kelly
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
“This book is for all of the ‘scout bees’ of the human world – those explorers who find it their calling to seek, on behalf of us all, a better future. I hope it makes a modest contribution to strengthening your wings, animating your dance, refreshing your optimism, framing your insights, and, above all, helping you make a difference in the world (from the Preface).”
In this context, Eamonn Kelly divides this invaluable study into four sections.
I. What’s Happening?: Predicting the Present
II. What If ?: Challenges and Changes Ahead
III. What’s Next?: Scenarios for the Next Decade
IV. So What?: Acting in an Age… Read more