expandMind : THE COMPLETE LIST OF INTERESTING BOOKS
I have been a great fan of Dr Goldratt having read all this books, my favourite being his first book “The Goal”. This book “Necessary but not Sufficient” is written as a “business novel” and shows the fictional application of the Theory of Constraints to Enterprise resource planning (ERP) and operations software and organizations using that software.
In this wonderfully thin book “The Laws of Medicine: Field Notes from an Uncertain Science”, Siddartha Mukherjee investigates the most perplexing cases of his career ultimately identifying three principles that govern modern medicine.
Read this brilliant book to understand counterintuitive thinking!
A beautiful book that taught me “Approximate thinking” of how to rapidly approximate and get facts to analyse further. I have used it many many times In the context of QA, estimating load, estimating data volumes is best by approximate thinking and refinement. Just guessing does not cut.
Sketchnotes are purposeful doodling while listening to something interesting. Sketchnotes don’t require high drawing skills, but do require a skill to visually synthesize and summarize via shapes, connectors, and text. Sketchnotes are as much a method of note taking as they are a form of creative expression.