Reading List for the Week ending April 07, 2017

Note : As per the suggestions by one of the readers, I am changing the naming convention for the reading list. The week ending will be the coming week’s Friday. The idea is to nudge this as a deadline, hence a perception of a goal to be achieved. 

 

  1. Unselling
  2. 15 essential skills they didn’t teach you in college
  3. How to Win with Automation (Hint: It’s Not Chasing Efficiency)
  4. Why You Feel the Urge to Jump
  5. Cars and second order consequences
  6. The dark side of Transparency
  7. Machine intelligence will let us all work like CEOs
  8. Mental Model: Bias from Conjunction Fallacy
  9. Who watches?
  10. Amazon’s Ambitions Unboxed: Stores for Furniture, Appliances and More
  11. Why predicting behavior is so hard
  12. 8 Classic storytelling techniques for engaging presentations
  13. Does Doing the Same Work Over and Over Again Make You Less Ethical?
  14. What happens if Uber fails? 
  15. The $99 Billion idea

Author: ayushthakur

I am an engineer by degree and decision scientist by profession. I have an interest in philosophy, education, arts, decision making, science, psychology and many more. I have stumbled upon good ideas while having conversations with people, reading some articles while surfing the internet. This blog is an attempt to collate all those in a single place Disclaimer: I have no philosophical, religious or political connections whatsoever. If you find anything that hurts your philosophical, religious or political sentiments consider it a divine intervention.

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