Why read a book about climate change? With the world split between believers and deniers, climate change can […]
Where many books by management thinkers and business leaders seem brash and opinionated, Shiv’s book, is a refreshing […]
Martin Lindstrom’s ‘The Ministry of Common Sense’ chronicles bizarre rules, practices and the “invisible red tape” that surrounds employees and corporations. It is a funny and breezy read. While it does not reveal anything you didn’t know. It’s like that cup of coffee you got your hands on, sitting through a boring three-hour meeting.
Hermann Simon’s Confessions of the Pricing Man, how price affects everything is probably the most important business (or […]
At its core, Digital Minimalism is an invitation to spend our most precious resource – time – in more meaningful activities, in solitude and in strengthening relationships that truly matter. And in doing so, enriching our lives – offline. Because, as the good professor says, humans are not wired to be constantly wired.
Peter H. Diamandis and Steven Kotler’s book is about formerly independent exponentially accelerating technologies beginning to converge with […]
What will you do if you get an extra free day each week. “Shorter” – Book Review & Summary where the author makes a case for a 4-day week.
I usually have low expectations from books with unabashedly click-baity titles, however, Ozan Varol’s Think Like A Rocket […]
We love Superheroes. But Dan Heath’s Upstream is about putting Superheroes out of business. It is about the mindset and efforts required to prevent problems; it’s about systems thinking and moving upstream – making interventions there – to attain massive long-term good.
The genius of Daniel Susskind’s book, A World Without Work, lies in its ability to make a complex subject like labor economics and impact of automation, accessible to the lay reader. Even if you have no background in economics and lead a prosaic life, like most people, this book will expand your mental horizons.