Joseph Stiglitz, Nobel Prize winner, wrote a book in 2002 about how international institutions, especially IMF sometimes cause more problems than solutions and why they should change their approach to include interests from other stakeholders not only financial institutions.
Authors talked to 25 people that are working as "quants" in their career. They write about how they became quants, challenges they have, reality of Wall Street life and questions they faced in their work. Interesting insight into life of quant from their perspective.
Book from two authors that run strategy simulations for corporations about how to develop and keep skill of competitivnes. Focusing on corporate dysfunctions and how to work inside rigid framework but still focus on individual development.
Digital companies are changing business world, crossing industries and chaging value creation and value capturing. Data, algorithms, software and new operational digital models are chaging our world. And a new breed of leaders is needed.