Tag: Book Review

The Bank of the Poor

What is the first thing in your mind about a bank that is lending money without collateral? The story of the Grameen Bank is inspiring for many because it brought many people out of poverty through micro-credit and made us re-think how the banking should work for the bottom of the pyramid. Muhammad Yunus, the […]

Dare to Dream, Despite of All Odds

A story about racial injustice. A story about perseverance. A story about a family who dare to dream, despite of all the odds against them. The book describes in detail what a life looks like under racial injustice, violence, and threats. It gives different perspective on how people under different circumstances operates and live. A […]

Brutally Honest Culture for Innovation

Company culture is something that we, as founders, talk on its importance. But how many times we intentionally build, think, and find ways to cultivate them. In this book, Reed Hasting and Erin Meyer shared many insights from the study of their own cultures at Netflix. There are also many commentary from Netflix employees describing […]