Review — ‘Quiet Leadership’, by Ancelotti

A great manager serves football lessons with a little management

Book review: ‘The Disruption Dilemma’, by Joshua Gans

How the buzziest concept in business has been disrupted

Business Education

A reader’s guide to a turbulent decade – with the financial crisis at its centre
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Review — ‘Blockchain Revolution’

Enthusiasts’ grand vision of Bitcoin’s technology

‘Only Humans Need Apply’

A call to action over the automation of jobs

‘Continental Shift’ by Bloom and Poplak

Sprawling insight and stories behind Africa and its state of flux

Review — ‘Bloodsport’ by Robert Teitelman

Dealmaking history, anecdotes and insights on M&A trickery

FT contest helps land publishing deals

Bracken Bower Prize opens for new entries aiming to follow suit

CAMBRIDGE, MA - COTOBER 27: HubSpot employees work at their standing desks, on Monday, October 27, 2014. Front to back on left are: Rodolfo Carvalho, Matt Veitas and Andy Corcoran. Front to back on right are: Ryan Getchell, Joss Poulton and Logan Hotchkiss. (Photo by Pat Greenhouse/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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Review — ‘Disrupted’, by Dan Lyons

Satire pierces the quirks of the tech start-up bubble

Feedback: Business books worth a reread

FT readers offer their thoughts on the titles we should revisit

‘Good for the Money’, by Bob Benmosche

Fascinating memoir of how late CEO put stricken AIG back on track