inspirtion ● leadership ● psychology
Recommendation 5 / 5
The book starts with an example from the World War I when Lusitania was hunted down by a German U-boat, killing around 1200 passengers. Then Daniel H. Pink points out that decisions made by the captain of the cruise ship played a huge role in this tragedy, and coincided specifically with the time of the day.
With an abundant introduction of various research methods, involving sentiment analysis and techniques such as DRM, the author describes why a reade…