5 books on the list
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A rare behind-the-scenes look at the work of forensic scientistsThe findings of forensic science--from DNA profiles and chemical identifications of illegal drugs to comparisons of bullets, fingerprints, and shoeprints--are widely used in police investigations and courtroom proceedings. While we recognize the significance of this evidence for crimin...
I am delighted that the @nytimesbooks gave Beth Bechky's book such a glowing review. Beth is one of the best workplace ethnographers and she writes beautifully. I love this book. – source
Bob SuttonJan 29, 2021
@SafiBahcall Such a great book. I never read anything quite like it. And it is true to who you are. I disagree with some of it. Who cares? I even love the parts I want to argue with. – source
Bob SuttonJan 27, 2021
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“I often talk about the importance of trust when it comes to work: the trust of your employees and building trust with your customers. This book provides a blueprint for how to build and maintain that trust and connection in a digital environment.” —Eric S. Yuan, founder and CEO of ZoomA Harvard Business School professor and leading expert in virtu...
An excellent and timely book! – source
Bob SuttonDec 12, 2020
A Flaw in Human Judgment
From the bestselling author of Thinking, Fast and Slow and the co-author of Nudge, a groundbreaking exploration of why most people make bad judgments, and how to control for that noise. Imagine that two doctors in the same city give different diagnoses to identical patients — or that two judges in the same courthouse give different sentences to pe...
This is a very important book. Noise may be a bigger problem than bias when it comes to explaining (and avoiding) bad decisions and bad human relationships. – source
Bob SuttonDec 01, 2020
Real-world tools to build your venture, grow your business, and avoid mistakesStartup, Scaleup, Screwup is an expert guide for emerging and established businesses to accelerate growth, facilitate scalability, and keep pace with the rapidly changing economic landscape. The contemporary marketplace is more dynamic than ever before--increased global c...
Great book! And Jurgen is VERY thoughtful. Check it out. – source
Bob SuttonMay 08, 2019