Recent and archived articles by Nick Walker
Duncan Jepson delves into a dark well of existential discontent to great effect in his latest book.
Although The Three Rules: How Exceptional Companies Beat The Odds came out last May, I’m choosing to feature it here over more recent releases. Why so?
BARING some extraordinary December surprise, this is the best professional and personal development book of 2013 – by light years.
TODAY, the demand for reviews of business-related non-fiction remains robust. And the market gets what the market wants from middle-aged me. At least, until I can commoditise my daydreams.
Productive Workplaces: Dignity, Meaning, and Community in the 21st Century
What You’re Really Meant to Do – A Road Map For Reaching Your Unique Potential
The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business
Vice-dean of Undergraduate StudiesProgram at National University ofSingapore, Prof Hum Sin Hoon haspenned t his work from the mindset ofAdmiral Zheng He.
Dive into this unique perspective on a hard-boiled city.
Behavioural economist andpsychologist Dan Ariely examines thecontradicto ry forces that bo th compelus to be dishonest and re strain us fromlying.