I just loved reading this book.
I haven’t seen a better discussion of topics like these anywhere else recently:
- Cognitive dissonance in finance and business;
- Feedback loops in the business world;
- How to focus on key critical issues;
- How to think clearly in terms of ranges of possible outcomes; and
- How to really frame questions for management interview.
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I am Distinguished Adjunct Professor at Flame University, Pune. Previosuly, I was Adjunct Professor at MDI, Gurgaon, where I taught MBA students two popular courses titled “Behavioral Finance & Business Valuation"(BFBV) and Forensic Accounting and Corporate Governance (FACG) for many years.
I am also Managing Partner at ValueQuest Capital LLP— an investment advisory boutique which helps its clients invest their capital in good quality businesses.
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