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The Deals That Made The World: Reckless Ambition, Backroom Negotiations, and the Hidden Truths of Business, by Jacques Peretti
2018/05/09 06:25
identify and analyse a selection of deals that changed the way the world works
2018/05/09 06:25
Alive at Work: The Neuroscience of Helping Your People Love What They Do, by Daniel Cable
2018/05/09 06:26
Our seeking systems create the natural impulse to explore our worlds, learn about our environments and extract meaning from our circumstances.”
2018/05/09 06:26
In this lively book, the organisational behavioural expert suggests small changes and interventions by leaders to encourage employees to experiment and gain a sense of purpose
2018/05/09 06:26
Meltdown: Why Our Systems Fail and What We Can Do About It, by Chris Clearfield and András Tilcsik.
2018/05/09 06:26
Analysis of why things go wrong is always more exciting to read than praise for everything working out
2018/05/09 06:27