Akshay A. Rangnekar

Helpful votes received on reviews: 84% (75 of 89)
Location: London


Top Reviewer Ranking: 20,734 - Total Helpful Votes: 75 of 89
Flash Boys by Michael Lewis
Flash Boys by Michael Lewis
39 of 42 people found the following review helpful
To begin, you should be aware that that the majority of the negative reviews are from people who are (indirectly) being described as stupid or greedy in this book. If you're either stupid or greedy and work in financial services, I agree that you may not like this book.

For everyone else, this is a must read. Lewis has an extremely engaging writing style which makes for a fun read, but the content will leave you speechless. Never before has the greed and dishonesty of the major Wall Street players been so clearly documented.
Smart Wallet - High Tensile Expandable Pouch which&hellip
5.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding, 6 Mar 2014
Great product. Fits perfectly on iPhone (4S), sticks well, holds an Oyster card to perfection. FYI, scanning works fine with card in the case.
Getting Naked: A Business Fable About Shedding the&hellip by Patrick M. Lencioni
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
For people starting out in the field of management consultancy, this book should be required read. I recognised the style of some of the best consultants I worked with in the book, and the shortcomings of some of the worst too.

While it may not seem like rocket science, the book makes explicit some of the behaviours and fears that many of us exhibit to the detriment of our clients. I can understand the frustration of some other reviewers with the seeming simplicity of the advice, but if you've ever worked in true top-tier consulting (McKinsey, BCG, Bain etc.) advising a CEO/CMO/COO/CIO or if you plan to do so, you'll find this a worthwhile read.

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