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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 4 August 2015
A thought-provoking read beyond the surface of real life social events. Social dynamic observations of why Hush Puppies suddenly became trendy and how Kitty Genovese was murdered openly.
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on 27 July 2017
Interesting book,
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on 12 September 2017
Excellent can't complain
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on 29 August 2017
250 pages of waffle. I could almost condense the contents of the book into the space of this review. Very poor and I feel like I have been ripped off.
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on 23 July 2017
Interesting read, helps you understand our world a little bit better...
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on 20 April 2017
Amazing. Just read it.
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on 25 August 2012
Gladwell is one of the foremost modern innovative thinkers. The tipping point gives an insight into how things go global, an interesting and thought provoking read
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on 9 August 2015
Very nice summer read
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on 26 July 2017
Quite thought-provoking. The book offers several real-world examples of situations where different companies and organisations found "tipping points" in their business or activities, and these examples are very well analysed and explained. The book is quite comprehensive in terms of analysing "tipping points" that have happened, and the elements that create these "tipping points".

The one downside to the book is that it doesn't quite manage to tie everything together into giving advice about how to create a "tipping point" for your own business. It all seems to boil down to "know the right people", and "do the right thing at the right time". It can explain very well why "tipping points" have happened, but it doesn't explain so well how to create a "tipping point" for your own organisation or activities. If this is the kind of advice you are looking for, then the book is not going to achieve your goals completely. However, I must reiterate that it gives superb explanations of "tipping points" that have happened, these analyses are very thought provoking, and you could certainly take many of the lessons and ideas and try to apply them to your own business.
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on 25 May 2015
This is science at the limits and what causes things to suddenly change and how to look for it. Need to practice looking for tipping points.
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