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Lazy Book Club: How To Lie With Statistics

Lazy Book Club: How To Lie With Statistics

It’s 2019. Everyone knows data is really important. But how can you tell if the data we get exposed to is any good? And more importantly, when we’re being lied to? At our most recent Lazy Book Club, we time travelled to the 1950s to discuss Darrell Huff’s classic “How To Lie With Statistics”. Here’s a summary of that conversation.

How Not To Plan: A Lazy Book Club discussion about how not to screw it up

How Not To Plan: A Lazy Book Club discussion about how not to screw it up

We were at the Barley Mow in Shoreditch with 15 other planners to talk about How Not To Plan, the new book by Les Binet and Sarah Carter, published by the APG. Here’s a summary of our conversation.

Homo Stratēgós: Four ideas on the (possible) future of strategy

Homo Stratēgós: Four ideas on the (possible) future of strategy

We recently hosted another one of our Lazy Book Club sessions. This time, we covered Homo Deus, Yuval Noah Harari’s widely acclaimed follow up to Sapiens (which we also discussed earlier this year), and asked ourselves: 'What can the future of humanity teach us about the future of strategy'?