04 jun BOOKS FOR THOUGHT
THE END OF ONLINE SHOPPING
Retailers must innovate to stay relevant in a world dominated by online marketplaces and sharing platforms.
This book gives an excellent overview of purchasing trends and developments around the world and offers readers indispensable information on the future of retail.
YOUR MIND IS PLAYING TRICKS ON YOU
Fake news, nudges, biases, phobias: when your mind plays tricks on you, for good and for bad.
Full of great examples from everyday life and tales from social psychology experiments,
this essay makes the latest discoveries in neuroscience accessible and offers tools to make our mind our ally in all circumstances.
LEADERS EAT LAST
Written by the famous Simon Sinek, this optimistic and humanistic book challenges conventional thinking. In a complete paradigm shift, this book proposes a concept of leadership that places the leader at the service of their team. Great leaders genuinely care about those they have the privilege to lead. Also available in French.
One of the greatest books Bill Gates has ever read. Hans Rosling, a professor of public health who passed away in 2017, gives us 10 reasons why we are wrong about the world and why things are better than we think.