By Donald Sull and Kathleen Eisenhardt
This book identifies six types of “simple rules” that offer enough guidance to be useful but enough flexibility to respond to complexity. More exciting than that, it walks through how to create your own simple rules for work and life. Unless you’re my kind of geek, it’s not the sexiest topic in the world, but for one thing, it’s shockingly useful, and for another, the authors use a conversational tone that makes for pleasant reading. Whether you’re looking to make better decisions about investing, dating, or your company’s strategy, this book has you covered.
Last modified on 2017-10-19