Soundview Executive Book Summaries

All Systems Go for August

Have you delved into your August edition of Soundview Executive Book Summaries yet? If not, what are you waiting for, huh? It’s a cool alternative to the “dog days” of August, putting all modesty aside, of course.

If you’re not a subscriber, take a look at what you’re missing.

We’ve got top business consultant Amit S. Mukherjee with his latest release The Spider’s Strategy. Mukherjee provides four “design principles” that are essential for understanding and navigating one’s way through unexpected events.

The August edition also includes another of our popular Bonus Summaries. This time, it’s The Leadership Pipeline. I was a little nervous that we weren’t going to be able to cover this book due to the flood of great releases we received while putting the August edition together. However, we felt it was essential to give our subscribers a key leadership title due to overwhelming demand for more summaries on this subject. This collaboration between Ram Charan, James Noel and Stephen Drotter is one of the best leadership books we’ve covered in recent months.

But the true gem of our August edition is J. Barry Griswelland Bob Jenning’s The Adversity Paradox. We were quite impressed with this book, particularly the authors’ insistence on the importance of adversity in the journey to success. Subscribers should also check their online library for an exclusive interview with the authors. They’ve got quite a story to tell!

For additional information or to order individual copies of any of our August summaries, visit us at


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