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                        Rebel Ideas: The Power of Diverse Thinking
                    
                
            An Inspiring Book About Creative Problem Solving From The No 1 Bestselling Author Of BOUNCE, BLACK BOX THINKING And YOU ARE AWESOME.Matthew Syed Is TheSunday Times Number One Bestselling Author Of Bounce, Black Box Thinking AndYou Are Awesome He Writes An Award Winning Newspaper Column In The Times And Is The Co Host Of The Hugely Successful BBC Podcast, Flintoff, Savage And The Ping Pong Guy Matthew Is The Co Founder Of Greenhouse, A Charity That Empowers Youngsters Through Sport, A Member Of The FA S Technical Advisory Board And An Ambassador For The PiXL Educational Foundation Matthew Lives In London With His Wife And Two Children To Find Out About His Work Visit Www.matthewsyed.co.uk


8 thoughts on “ Rebel Ideas: The Power of Diverse Thinking

  1. says:

    This book outdoes the author s previous work Black Box Thinking It is well written full of insights and fascinating anecdotes The focus of the book is the benefit of using diversity in all its forms from culture to mind set to solve complex promlems effectively and gain competitive advantage In passing, it clarifies some mysteries For example the section on the science of diet is a new insight and sufficient in itself to justify the cover price.


  2. says:

    Two heads are better than one Or four heads are better than two Or a hundred heads are better than fifty Or a thousand heads are better than five hundred This is the basic message of this excellent book Having written and published books on the importance of high quality practice and training in achieving success, especially in sports and the arts, and the benefits gained by learning from failure, Syed now tackles a subject that is clearly close to his heart diversity.The premise of Rebel Ideas


  3. says:

    Matthew Sayed is a great magpie of other people s ideas without ever having much of an original thought himself This is an entertaining pop science book in the mode of Malcom Gladwell but there are plenty of better books out there from credible sources if your really interested in the central theme of this book Social Physics by Alex Pentland Superforecasting by Philip Tetlock and Dan Gardner, from researchers, Principles by Ray Dalio Thirteen Days by Robert Kennedy by Practioners to name a few.


  4. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book from the very start to the very end It is both gripping and insightful and I learnt a lot from it It worked on so many different levels providing thought provoking stories that apply personally, at work and to society as a whole A fascinating book I would highly recommend it.


  5. says:

    Fascinating book with clear narration of real events and how so much was missed by a lack of understanding of the importance of perception, and unwritten social rules The sort of book that anyone in a leadership role should read.


  6. says:

    For me, this is one of those rare books that really delivers on its promise I was hooked within the first couple of pages It was well paced throughout I ended up reading it in a couple of sittings Although the material is well researched, it is the narrative throughout this book that makes it outstanding It helps to pull all of the threads together and carry you along with it The ideas are well presented and I found it very thought provoking it is one of those books that stays with you long after you have finished reading


  7. says:

    I have read all of Matthew Syed s other books so had high hopes for this one It did not disappoint I couldn t put it down It is packed full of gripping stories which are used to carry the central message about the power to thinking differently It encourages individuality and having confidence in your own views Just brilliant.


  8. says:

    VG


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