Pages: 352 (hardcover)
This is a book about fear – and how that often drives innovation and financial investments. Ip is a Wall Street Journal reporter and his explanations about how anti-lock brakes don’t actually work and why air travel is so safe provide good lessons in smart product development.
Pages: 336 (hardcover)
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
13. Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World – General Stanley McChrystal, Tantum Collins, David Silverman and Chris Fussell
One of the best ways to develop a team, is to look at the most efficient, smallest team in your company. That’s the advice General Stanley McChrystal makes in his book on leadership, based on experiences building a smaller task force in Afghanistan.
Pages: 304 (hardcover)
To get a better handle on security practices for the coming decade and more, read about the potential crimes before they even happen. Future Crimes covers how your smartphone can be used to track your location and how the bad guys are using Facebook to steal personal data.
Pages: 464 (hardcover)
15. Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts – Becoming the Person You Want to Be – Marshall Goldsmith & Mark Reiter
What are the triggers for success? In this remarkably well-researched book, there are examples from leaders in business and practical advice about how to trigger actions in your own life. Marshall Goldsmith is an executive coach who looks closely at behaviors that influence success.
Pages: 272 (hardcover)
Publisher: Crown Business
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