I recently reviewed Ralf Dobelli's The Art of Thinking Clearly for the WSJ. I think there are now (officially) way too many of these behavioral economics/psychology books, all drawing on the same over-tapped well of academic research. If Daniel Kahneman had been allowed to patent his ideas, he'd be Fifty Shades of Grey rich by… Continue reading Daniel Kahneman deserves to be a much richer man.
Sir Alex Ferguson is one of those wildly successful leaders who are impossible to imitate. He’s too forceful and volatile for anyone with a more average temperament to copy. In this respect he’s like Steve Jobs or Jamie Dimon. Yes, you can point to their willfulness and determination and focus, all of which are invaluable… Continue reading How to manage like Sir Alex Ferguson. If you can handle it.