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Book Review: Humanocracy by Gary Hamel and Michele ZaniniBook Review: Humanocracy by Gary Hamel and Michele Zanini

Book Review: Humanocracy by Gary Hamel and Michele Zanini

Humanocracy is the latest work of Gary Hamel, this time supported by Michele Zanini, co-founder of The Management Lab. I’ve already… Read More

2 years ago

Book Review: Uncanny Valley: A Memoir by Anna Wiener

Uncanny Valley is a memoir novel by Anna Wiener, currently a writer for The New Yorker, but that experienced first… Read More

2 years ago

Book Review: The Three Ways of Getting Things Done by Gerard Fairtlough

The Three Ways of Getting Things Done has been a genuinely pleasurable discovery. I met this book, together with its key… Read More

2 years ago

Book Review: The Covid-19 Survival Guide by Fons Trompenaars

The Covid-19 Survival Guide is an instant eBook written by Fons Trompenaars and crew and tackles the effects of Covid19 on organisations from… Read More

2 years ago

Book Review: The Team That Managed Itself by Christina Wodtke

The Team That Managed Itself is yet again not a traditional management book. The most significant part of this book, written… Read More

2 years ago

Book Review: What’s Your Pronoun? by Dennis Baron

What’s Your Pronoun is definitely pretty different from the other book I’ve so far reviewed here on this blog. Let’s start… Read More

2 years ago

Book Review: The Courage Map by Franziska Iseli

The Courage Map is the latest book by serial entrepreneur Franziska Iseli. It is a self-development book focused on improving Courage as… Read More

2 years ago

Book Review: Overload by Erin L. Kelly and Phyllis Moen

Overload is not a traditional business book based on a collection of case studies, nor a scholarly effort to collect previous… Read More

2 years ago

Book Review: Left Brain, Right Stuff by Phil Rosenzweig

Left Brain, Right Stuff was written by Phil Rosenzweig, a professor at IMD (Institute of Management Development) in Lausanne, is a… Read More

2 years ago

Book Review: The Ride of a Lifetime by Robert Iger

The Ride of a Lifetime is the memoir of Robert Iger, for 15 years CEO of Walt Disney. Reading this book was… Read More

2 years ago

Book Review: The Fearless Organization by Amy Edmondson

The Fearless Organization is one of those books that you simply wonder why it wasn’t written decades ago. The concept of Psychological… Read More

2 years ago

Book Review: Maverick! by Ricardo Semler

Maverick! is the story of a developmental journey narrated by Ricardo Semler. He inherited a company in Brasil, called Semco, and… Read More

2 years ago

Book Review: The Peter Principle by Dr Laurence J Peter and Raymond Hull

The book The Peter Principle, written in 1969, is often cited, but not many must have read it. It is a… Read More

2 years ago

Book Review: Midnight in Chernobyl by Adam Higginbotham

Midnight in Chernobyl is not a book about management. Yet, this genuinely detailed account of the horrors of the most massive… Read More

2 years ago

Book Review: High Output Management by Andrew S. Grove

High Output Management has been for long considered a kind of a “Bible” for Management, which is probably why I resisted… Read More

2 years ago