Summer Reading 2019

Reading Time: 3 minutes Realise I’m a little late with this list this year, but here’s what I’ve enjoyed most so far this year … you’ll see I’m showing my normal bias toward non-fiction, and in fact haven’t included any fiction in this list (although I have read some). Enjoy, and let me know what you think Bad Blood … More Summer Reading 2019

15 Things that changed my perspective so far this year

Reading Time: 5 minutes   Wiser – how group decisions can let us down 50 years since the term “groupthink” was first coined it is still alive and well in the corridors of power in government, business, finance and elsewhere. This readable book by Cass Sunstein & Reid Hastie systematically unpicks the aspects of human nature that can lead … More 15 Things that changed my perspective so far this year

Five unexpected learnings from Ray Dalio’s Principles

Reading Time: 6 minutes Sure, Ray Dalio is well known for his approach to “radical transparency” and the uncompromising way he has implemented that (as well as the extraordinary investment success of his firm, Bridgewater), but his recent book Principles held learnings for me in a number of unexpected areas including: mistakes and failure , the art of disagreement … More Five unexpected learnings from Ray Dalio’s Principles