Ruben Sprich/ReutersThe Financial Times and McKinsey Co. collaborated for their eleventh annual Business Book Awards and announced a 6 finalists this week.
This year’s tip business books embody a demeanour during how robots are changing a tellurian economy, an evidence on what American companies need to do to finally give women equal opportunities, and an scrutiny of how behavioral economics revolutionized the field.
The Financial Times and McKinsey will announce a business book of a year on Nov. 17. The winning author will accept £30,000 and a runners-up will any accept £10,000. The row last a leader includes LinkedIn authority Reid Hoffman and economist and Barclays executive Dambisa Moyo.
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