Curated reads for January 23, 2021
The boiling frog is a fable describing a frog being slowly boiled alive....Some 19th-century experiments suggested that the underlying premise is true. In this summary of legendary investor Seth Klarman’s letter to shareholders, he describes the declining interest rates and stimulus as the twin blinkers to the twin `dangers’, in his perception, of mounting debt and fiscal deficits. Read more
LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT
The internet has enabled us to read more than ever before whether you are on the go or on your couch. Yet, not all books or articles deserve your full attention. This article shows you how to get the most out of your reading. Read more
DID YOU KNOW?
‘Never let a good crisis go to waste’ – Winston Churchill The optimism that great good can come in the aftermath of disaster—whether it is natural, military, financial, or otherwise is universal. Necessity to accelerate growth drives creativity and new ways to connect with your stakeholders. And while we always appreciate a good turnaround story (shoutout to our Honeywell article from two weeks back), here’s one highlighting how one of the world’s biggest QSR brands underwent its first redesign in 20 years. Read more