By Nir Eyal (2014)
Pages: 256, Final verdict: Great-read
Can you hook your intended users to your product as you are hooked to your
favorite phone apps? Do you want to learn the behavioral techniques used by
Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and others? This book shows you practical insights
By Pedro Domingos (2015)
Pages: 352, Final verdict: Great-read
Harvard Business Review declared Data Scientist the sexiest job of the 21st
back in 2012. And everywhere you look the words "artificial intelligence",
"machine learning" and "algorithms" appear.
Coming from one of the leading...
By Jim Collins (2001)
Pages: 210, Final verdict: Should-read
Can a good company become a great company and, if so, how? This is the question
answered in the 2001 best-seller Good to Great by Jim Collins, an American
former business consultant, researcher and author.
Collins's first book, Built to Last,...
By Laszlo Bock (2015)
Pages: 406,Final verdict: Great-read
What makes Google such a great place to work? In the past 10 years, the search
giant has been named topped Forbes "Best Companies to work for" 7 times
[http://fortune.com/best-companies/] and is seen by many as the dream...
By Clayton M. Christensen (2012)
Pages: 221,Final verdict: Should-readClayton Christensen is one of world's most
acclaimed business thinkers, famous for his theory on innovation published in
the book The Innovators Dilemma. But How Will You Measure Your Life is not a
business book. It is a book on how...