Move: Putting America’s Infrastructure Back in the Lead  Audiobook, by Rosabeth Moss Kanter Play Audiobook Sample

Move: Putting America’s Infrastructure Back in the Lead Audiobook

Move: Putting America’s Infrastructure Back in the Lead  Audiobook, by Rosabeth Moss Kanter Play Audiobook Sample
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Read By: Heather Henderson Publisher: Blackstone Publishing Listen Time: at 1.0x Speed 7.50 hours at 1.5x Speed 5.63 hours at 2.0x Speed Release Date: May 2015 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781504608053

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Longest Chapter Length:

125:30 minutes

Shortest Chapter Length:

18:13 minutes

Average Chapter Length:

84:16 minutes

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Publisher Description

In Move, Rosabeth Moss Kanter offers bold solutions to move our transportation infrastructure into a cleaner, faster, and more prosperous future.

Americans are stuck. We live with travel delays on congested roads, shipping delays on clogged railways, and delays on repairs, project approvals, and funding due to gridlocked leadership. These delays affect us all, whether you are a daily commuter, a frequent flyer, an entrepreneur, an online shopper, a job seeker, or a community leader. If people can’t move, if goods are delayed, and if information networks can’t connect, then economic opportunity deteriorates and social inequity grows.

We have been stuck for too long, writes Harvard Business School professor and bestselling author Rosabeth Moss Kanter. In Move, Kanter visits cities and states across the country to tackle our challenges—and reveal solutions—on the roads and rails, and in our cities, skies, and the halls of Washington, DC. We meet a visionary engineer and public servant spearheading an underwater tunnel in Miami to streamline port operations and redirect constant traffic from the city center. We see mayors partnering with large corporations and nimble entrepreneurs to unveil parking apps, bike-sharing programs, and seamless Wi-Fi networks in greener, more vibrant, more connected cities. And we learn about much-needed efforts—such as dynamic tolls on highways and fees based on vehicle miles traveled—to reduce our dependence on the outmoded gasoline tax in our new electric car age.

It all adds up to a new vision for American mobility, where local leaders shape initiatives without waiting for Congress to act, and ambitious companies partner with governments to tackle projects that serve the public good, create jobs, and improve quality of life while providing healthy sources of investment. With unique insight and unrivaled expertise, Kanter gives us a sweeping look across America, revealing the innovative projects, vital leaders, and bold solutions that are moving our transportation infrastructure toward a cleaner, faster, and more prosperous future.

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“This is not just a book about repairing our ailing roads, bridges and railways. Kanter’s ambition is broader and deeper: She wants Americans to address the fundamental issues of how our cities work….Her recommendations, if realized, could make America more efficient and more environmentally sound, with greater economic opportunity and the health benefits that will flow from these investments…A worthy book, one that anyone in public service needs to read.”

— New York Times 


  • “What unites us should be stronger than what divides us, and our shared reliance on infrastructure—for access to jobs, education, clean air, and healthy communities—makes it a top national priority. In Move, Rosabeth Moss Kanter offers impressive analysis, insightful stories, and a compelling road map for a new way forward.”

    — Bill Clinton
  • “A wonderful book! With bold and imaginative thinking, Move shows how we can combine technological innovation with dedicated leadership to make transportation infrastructure an engine for growth and a spark to reignite America’s optimism.”

    — Walter Isaacson, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Steve Jobs
  • “With Move, Rosabeth Kanter puts a human face on the data. From our environment and economy to our neighborhoods and daily commutes, Kanter shows not only the urgent need to address this critical issue but, more importantly, how to do it, in this engaging and inspiring work.”

    — Arianna Huffington, New York Times bestselling author of Thrive
  • “Daily commutes and news across the nation testify to overtaxed and crumbling infrastructure that has led to horrendously congested traffic, collapsing bridges, and chronic flight delays…Kanter worries that a lack of political will is holding back more progress in the United States, which is so crucial to increased productivity, and appeals for action to get us moving.”

    — Booklist
  • “Kanter examines the degrading conditions and increasing inefficiency of American transportation networks…The author’s intent remains clear: to inspire and promote participation in the development of America’s mobility infrastructure and elevate it to the forefront of the global innovation marketplace. A busy yet passionately motivating call for action.”

    — Kirkus Reviews
  • “America has been waiting for a call to think big and act big as we envision our transportation future. Kanter’s important book is it.”

    — Deval Patrick, former governor of Massachusetts
  • “Delivering world class infrastructure is essential for any country to be competitive and create jobs. Move takes a fresh view on this issue and identifies solutions that build on key American strengths in technological innovation and entrepreneurial vision.”

    — Jeffrey R. Immelt, chairman and CEO, General Electric
  • “Rosabeth Kanter’s Move makes a persuasive case for the central importance of America’s infrastructure to our country’s future. In particular, she shows how smarter transportation systems—built on Big Data, cloud, mobile, and social technologies—can make our communities less congested and more livable. This is an important book, with lessons for business, government, and all of civil society.”

    — Virginia Rometty, chairman and CEO, IBM
  • “Savvy, persuasive, and enjoyable to read, Move is a sweeping, fact-filled look at how re-imagining infrastructure and embracing disruptive technologies and new business models could improve daily life, open economic opportunities, and ease burdens on families. Everyone who cares about more livable cities and more efficient commutes should grab this eye-opening book.”

    — Scott Griffith, former CEO, Zipcar


  • A New York Times Editor’s Choice

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About Rosabeth Moss Kanter

Harvard Business Review is the leading destination for smart management thinking. Through its flagship magazine, eleven internationally licensed editions, books from Harvard Business Review Press, and digital content and tools published on, Harvard Business Review provides professionals around the world with rigorous insights and best practices to lead themselves and their organizations more effectively and to make a positive impact.

About Heather Henderson

Heather Henderson is a voice talent, theater critic, and dramaturg. In addition to narrating audiobooks, she has voiced hundreds of commercial and educational projects, and her arts reviews and poems have appeared in newspapers and magazines across the country. She holds MFA and DFA degrees from the Yale School of Drama. She lives in Oregon.