The Secure Board by Anna Leibel & Claire Pales
With the collective global spend on cyber security projected to reach $433bn by 2030, the impact of cyber risk – be it reputational, financial or regulatory – must now be front of mind for all Directors….
Mangomoments – changing patient outcomes through person-centred care
Kris Vanhaecht is an associate professor at KU Leuven University in Belgium, where he attained a PhD in Public Health in 2007, and now holds three research chairs, all with a focus of improving hospital-patient safety…
Book Review – Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World
General Stanley McChrystal is well placed to dispense hard-won wisdom on leadership, organisational structure, teamwork and the most efficacious ways to adapt to the forces at play that affect how an organisation performs. A four-star general…
Book Review: Normal People By Sally Rooney
Following the commercial and critical success of Conversations with Friends, young Irish writer Sally Rooney has returned with a second novel already hailed by some as a ‘future classic’. Normal People follows the lives of two…
What Our Set Facilitators Are Reading
On the lookout for your next book, tv series or movie? Light reading, insightful, fiction, non-fiction, religious movements, metaphors for business… this short list below from our learning set facilitators has it all.
Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup
The story of Elizabeth Holmes’ rise and fall is almost Shakespearean in nature. The young entrepreneur, who started blood-testing company Theranos after dropping out from university, was undone by her own extreme ambition and myopic focus…
Book Review: Thinking, Fast and Slow – Daniel Kahneman
It’s safe to say that human beings are rational creatures. We make decisions based on careful consideration of myriad factors that play a role in how a particular circumstance will turn out. We never let our…
Book Review: Master Your Next Move
Michael D. Watkins has spent the last 10 years exploring how leaders succeed or fail. His most recent book answers the challenging questions of applying career transition principles in diverse situations.
Your best life at any age
The purpose of this book, says the author, Andrew Fuller is to invite you, the reader, to think more deeply about the kind of life you want for yourself. The rate of change in our world…
Everything In Its Place by Oliver Sacks
Everything in its place is the last posthumous book, a collection of previously uncollected and unpublished essays written by Oliver Sacks. His medical specialty, neurology, has over the years been in some of his often best…