Book Peek - October 11, 2012 - contents
1) ‘The Hour between Dog and Wolf: Risk-taking, gut feelings and the biology of boom and bust’ by John Coates (Harper)
2) ‘The Intention Economy: When customers take charge’ by Doc Searls (Harvard)
3) ‘Public Hinduisms’ Edited by John Zavos et al. (Sage)
4) ‘Cooking on the Run: An average Indian man’s encounters with food’ by Boria Majumdar (Harper)
Research Bytes – On Risk
1) ‘An Exploration of the Link between Development, Economic Growth, and Natural Risk’ by Stéphane Hallegatte
2) ‘Mitigating Corporate Water Risk: Financial Market Tools and Supply Management Strategies’ by Wendy Larson et al.
3) ‘Why are Educated and Risk-Loving Persons More Mobile Across Regions?’ by Stefan Bauernschuster et al.
Research Bytes – On Customer
1) ‘Who are My Competitors? Let the Customer Decide’ by Jun Li and Serguei Netessine
2) ‘Understanding the Process of Transitioning to Customer Value Management’ by D.V.R. Seshadri et al.
3) ‘Integrated Marketing Communications: A Customer-Focused Approach in Marketing Modern Businesses’ by Isaac Acheampong and Kwabena Asamoah Asiedu
1) ‘Table for Two: In conversation with power, fame and glory’ from Business Standard (Landmark)
2) ‘Life in a Rectangle’ by Sujit Sanyal
3) ‘Em and the big Hoom’ by Jerry Pinto
4) ‘Boomerang: The meltdown tour’ by Michael Lewis
5) ‘The Wide Lens: A new strategy for innovation’ by Ron Adner
6) ‘Sleeping With Your Smartphone’ by Leslie A. Perlow
7) ‘Are You Smart Enough to Work at Google?’ by William Poundstone