Books about geopolitics have always been important for business. This may be because, at the most basic level, international law lets governments stop foreign companies from doing business in their countries and also lets unique businesses exist. Companies are interested in geopolitics when there is a threat of war, terrorism, or a specific event, or when there are differences in international trade or legal requirements.
This book tries to find the key to good economic policy by looking at Singapore, which had the world's fastest-growing economy between 1960 and 2000. It also asks if other countries can learn from Singapore's success. Singapore is all about making things work for the better. The book shows how the impressive ...Read More
James Dale Davidson, William Rees-Mogg
Two well-known investment advisors and authors of the best-selling book The Great Reckoning show both the currents of disaster and the chances of prosperity and renewal as we move into the next century. In The Sovereign Individual, the author explains how to get ready financially for the next stage ...Read More
After farming, trading, industrialization, colonisation, and capitalism, technology may be the next big thing to change the world's politics. It is becoming a bigger part of how countries' futures turn out and is making new winners and losers on the world stage. In The Great Tech Game, the author lays ...Read More
Lee Kuan Yew, Henry Kissinger (Foreword by)
How do you make something that makes people happy? You must first know who you're building for and how they plan to use it. With this useful book, you'll learn about user story mapping, a practise that is often misunderstood, and how it can help your team stay focused on users and their experiences during ...Read More