- A Rising Man, Abir Mukherjee: Crime novel set in early 20th century colonial India. The first of a four-part series and quite good. I plan to start part two soon.
- Moral Mazes: The Lives Of Corporate Managers, Robert Jackall: An account of incentives facing middle managers and executives at large corporations and how they handle them. After six years of corporate life, I can say some parts of it do ring true, but overall it's a little bit too cynical.
- A Confederacy Of Dunces, John Kennedy Toole: Unbearable. I don't think I made it past the second chapter. If you enjoyed Catch-22 (I didn't), you might enjoy this too.
- The Innovator's Dilemma, Clayton M. Christensen: This is a very popular book in tech and business circles and IMO deserves its acclaim. Some profound insights on how incentives facing large businesses prevent them from deploying disruptive innovations.
What I'm Reading, September 2020 Edition
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