The international best seller - don't compete without it!
A major best seller in Japan, Financial Times top-ten book of the year, Book-of-the-Month Club best seller, and required reading at the best business schools, Thinking Strategically is a crash course in outmaneauvering any rival. This entertaining guide builds on scores of case studies taken from business, sports, the movies, politics, and gambling. It outlines the basics of good strategy-making and then shows how you can apply them in any area of your life.
©1991 Avinash K. Dixit and Barry J. Nalebuff (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
PDF's to accompany the audio.
Probably not, I would rather read it.
A bit robotic.
It's technically a sound book, but not for audio, unless there are accompanying PDF documents. Narration could probably also have been better.
Not a good book to listen to because it references several charts and performs many logical proofs.
this book needs a PDF with charts to make the analysis easier to follow
The author takes a narrow view of strategy. Although game theory is useful in understanding how a competitor may maneuver and this can be used to determine how best you can position yourself in anticipation or in reaction to an opponent's move, I'd argue this book is more about tactics than strategy.
I would recommend and will purchase the hardcopy as a great reference and case study product. The narration was just horrible. A wonderful and well-written text with a robot reader. Why would Audible subject their audience to this one--youck!
Are you kidding? This performance can go nowhere but up. Terrible!
This is a book that I found very interesting. The quantitative decision making process is one of my favorite process tostudy and theorize upon. Great illustrations. But buy the book, the narrator is like a robot. Sorry robots!
The content. There were dozens of casestudies that made it useful.
No. His performance was montone and dull at best.
No. It required some digesting
Although I wished I had a copy of the actual book to see the diagrams and charts, it was still a good book and I'm glad I listened to it.
A good layman's review of game theory including topics such as the prisoners dilemma and other strategies to negotiate for optimal outcomes. Key theory was put yourself in the other person's shoes and look ahead to know where they want to end up and the plan back to drive for your optional outcome.
"Narrator is text-to-speech robot"
I bought this book but it is unlistenable. It has been recorded using a text-to-speech robot and. Every. Sentence. Sounds. Like. This.
I. Only. Got. A. Few. Minutes. In. Before. I. Had. To. Ask. For. A. Refund.
Save yourself the hassle and don't bother. Audible should really remove this "audio book". Zero marks, folks
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