One of the hardest things to do at work is negotiate a pay rise or promotion. It’s even harder if you’re just starting out. If you’ve learnt a thing or two about doing it effectively, what have you learnt that might work for someone else?
Design Driven Innovation: Changing the Rules of Competition by Radically Innovating What Things Mean by Roberto Verganti (2009)
Verganti makes an attempt to penetrate how design actually works in the traditional sense that stems from architecture. It takes
Blue Ocean Strategy, Expanded Edition: How to Create Uncontested Market Space and Make the Competition Irrelevant by Kim & Mauborgne (2015)
Again, favorite class in my MBA program. Used same tactics in global competition game called BCG which is played among
I used Marketing Management (14th Edition) during my MBA program. Kotler and Keller are leading authorities on marketing management and
I think this was the very first book I read as a graduate. It made me see the difference in
There are a lot of books about negotiation, but this one is quite stellar. It really focuses on emotional intelligence,