Category Archives: Books

Making Globalization Work

This is the cover of the book I picked up at Kinokuniya a couple of days ago. I was surprised to see displays of two different covers – so I flipped through to confirm my guess, and I hate to … Continue reading

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Three books with one post

I promised to go through the books I purchased this year, as I did last year, but got caught up in aimlessly lying around, munching on taro chips and occasionally napping. Too bad, I know. So here’s my attempt to … Continue reading

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In Spite of the Gods – Edward Luce

In Spite of the Gods – The Strange Rise of Modern India by Edward Luce has captured my attention ever since I bought the book a couple of days ago. Buy it, read it, memorise it. While I’ve just reached … Continue reading

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Shel Israel – Writer. Speaker. Nice Guy

Today is Chacha Nehru’s birthday, its Children’s Day in India. Chacha is what we call our father’s younger brother’s in hindi, my so-called first language. While Shel Israel isn’t my father’s younger brother, he was the first blogger [oooh A-lister!] … Continue reading

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Zag – The book

No, I don’t think I will be buying this book either, but the take homes from Zag: The #1 Strategy for high performance brands by Marty Neumeier echo and support much of my thinking. In fact, reading through them, this … Continue reading

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Naked Conversations – The book

Now, first up, I personally would never buy Naked Conversations, the book. But before I explain why let me tell you why you, on the other hand, should read it, particularly if you’ve not been subscribed to Shel Israel and … Continue reading

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Observations made this week

I rarely do highly linked posts but was motivated to do one in my ‘newsletter‘ style today for the light week I’ve had on here. Enjoy! Jack Yan‘s post today reminds me that it is Bastille Day – July 14th … Continue reading

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