Contest – Celebrating Five Years of Cooperation between Harvard Business Review Press Books and Doitinvest.com

Doitinvest.com celebrates five years of HBR Press Books reviews with a contest for our European readers. Our common journey started in March 2013, when Harvard Business Review Press sent us the first business title for a true honest review: “Playing to Win” by A.G. Lafley and Roger L. Martin – a title that has in the meanwhile become a classical […]

Leading Transformation – How to Take Charge of Your Company’s Future – by Nathan Furr, Kyle Nel and Thomas Zoega Ramsoy – a Book Review

Change management, as one of the oldest leadership topics, has probably thousands of books beneath. That’s why authors have made “Leading Transformation” another kind of book. To quote them, the companies’ leaders know two axioms: – that change is necessary for survival and – that change will most likely fail due various human factors. Then how does a leader make […]

Book Review – “8 Steps to High Performance: Focus On What You Can Change (Ignore the Rest)” by Marc Effron

As any business book worm could notice, there is no shortage of career advice books being published. According to our own doitinvest.com rough estimations, at least 200 titles are heavily pushed towards the English speaking exec-suite “wanna be’s”. Naturally, with so much noise, one normal reader does not stand a chance to read even 10% of these. Therefore the questions […]

“Human + Machine: Reimagining Work in the Age of AI” – book by Paul Daugherty and H. James Wilson (book review)

Machine learning and artificial intelligence are becoming really hot topics. Take Europe companies, for example – it is enough to through in the discussion the “digitalization” and the “machine learning” topics and you will get the CEO’s attention. But as in most mini-industrial revolutions, the devil hides into the details. And the very same companies that push for transforming themselves […]