Dilraj Sidhu

"D. Sidhu-Singh"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (96 of 109)
Location: London,England
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 385,045 - Total Helpful Votes: 96 of 109
Fixing Britain: The Business of Re-Shaping Our Nat&hellip by Lord Digby Jones
First of all, I am not in the habit of writing reviews for business-related books and please believe me when I say as the former Director of Custom Corporate Executive Education at London Business School and the current Chief External Officer a Manchester Business School - I have read more than my fair share of business-related and 'How do we fix things' type of books. This one is truly different. If you have wondered why a great country like Great Britain (and as a dual Canadian/British citizen that is a big statement on my part to start with!) cannot be fixed and fixed quickly order this book! Digby Jones (and I declare that I have heard him speak and also met him briefly!) is the type… Read more
Future Files: A Brief History of the Next 50 Years by Richard Watson
I am not in the habit of writing reviews (who has the time?!) but this book really deserves to be applauded and to get wider coverage. Like many people who wonder, 'What next?!' I was searching for an insightful perspective and found it. The author, Richard Watson, has taken a subject that just about anybody can write. The difference is that he has provided a view of the future with credibility by linking it with the past and the present with relevant and referenced details. If you want to know what the future is 'probably' going to look like - this is the book for you. You will not be disappointed and the Trends and Technology Timeline graphic is worth the price of admission on its'… Read more
Did You Spot The Gorilla?: How to Recognise the Hi&hellip by Richard Wiseman
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
This book is a complete waste of money and just another example of 'experts' jumping onto the work of Professor Robert Cialdini. If you want to know about insights look to Mr Borg or Mr Cialdini - not this infant school offering! Oh by the way Mr Wiseman, you have given away the whole point of the video clip with your self-defeating book title.