Review: ‘China’s Disruptors’ by Edward Tse

View of entrepreneurs as agents of change is too rosy

Rupert Murdoch

Review: Myths and Mortals by Andrew Keyt

Advice on how to keep businesses within the family

Business Education

A reader’s guide to a turbulent decade – with the financial crisis at its centre

‘Clay Water Brick’, by Jessica Jackley

Microfinance entrepreneur’s magnetic tale of quest to end poverty

Review: ‘Strategic Intelligence’

Decades of study throw light on what makes a great leader

Review: ‘Trust Me, PR is Dead’

Industry insider’s controversial view of its future disappoints

Martin Lukes practising his putting while waiting for important e-mails on his blackberry.
©Charlie Bibby

Review: ‘Losing the Signal’

Tale of the rise and fall of the pair behind BlackBerry

Review: ‘Peers Inc’ by Robin Chase

Messianic vision declares sharing economy a life or death matter


Review: ‘Two Awesome Hours’ by Josh Davis

It is counterproductive to force your mind to stay focused

Tony Hsieh, founder of Zappos, one of the most ardent disciples of Holacracy

Review: ‘Holacracy’, by Brian Robertson

Book may be a setback for alternative management system

Email off: a bid to demythologise work

New book argues for a three day working week and a maximum wage