Focusing on organisational psychology, with a particular focus on the valuable lessons to be gained from experiencing failure, the dynamic Mathew Syed gives inspiring examples of those who’ve learnt and benefited from failure, and in doing so, turned it into success.
Linking with Erin’s site, which enables you to receive a ‘cultural map’ of the countries and/or cultures with which you may be liaising; this book provides tactical and strategic methodologies for dealing with cultural barriers.
According to the orator Demosthenes ‘virtue begins with understanding and is fulfilled by courage’. Meanwhile, this inspiring book proposes that all too often, the biggest hurdles confronting us are not caused by external issues…
Spotify’s first Financial Director explains how to identify and act on disruption. In doing so, he interprets the lessons learnt into eight ‘Pivot Principles’ for use by citizens, companies and governments alike.
Elizabeth believes that we’re at a catalytic historical moment that’s impacting us on both an individual and societal basis. The implications of this moment e.g. regarding the social contract and employment, are profound.
This renowned title on decision-making outlines the key attributes of the forecaster. Along the way, it outlines lessons from those, such as the intelligence services, for whom ‘getting prediction right’ is of central importance…
Covid illuminated a wider problem faced by society, according to the author, who believes that we live in a world where so much is unpredictable, and therefore must fundamentally reappraise how we work and live as individuals and as societies.