book review

The Third Wave was written by Alvin
Toffler in 1980. Alvin Toffler is an American English author and futurologist,
known for his works discussing the digital rotation, communication revolution
and technological singularity.. The Third
Wave is a must-read book  on futurology,
and this book follow-up is inclosing end to whet the appetite of students  of philosophy, history, management and
sociology , who are planning to play an active part in business under the
dynamic environment of the Information Economy (As Toffler denoted present
time). The book presents a historical overview of the past tense two human
civilizations, and labor & measures the third one that is in the process of
coming out as change sweep’s across the globe. Though the book revolves around society
culture, media, science and computing machine, its central assumption is the
conversion of human history & human psychology, which has advanced three
different types of societies in sequential order, with each Wave pushing the
older high society and cultivation aside. But still each sequential Wave is
based on the previous one. The only ruling physical object of this world is
time, and humanity is supposed to coping with it. The first wave public lecture
about the agrarian economy that Begin some thousand years ago. People used to
make products for their own consumption individually, so there was no trading
between people. People transitioned from hunting and wandering to clustering and
social culture. The first wave of change had not exhausted itself by the end of
the seventeenth century. The second wave talks about explosion of the
industrial revolution connected  with all
the institutions of the past and how it changed the way of life of million .
Mass product led to the birth of a new form of economy and the adoption of new
managerial concepts such as economies of scale, corporations, standardization’s,
specializations, centralization and synchronizations. By the end of the Second world

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