Harvard Business Review Editor-in-Chief had very kind things to say about Fixing the Game in his editor’s column in the July-August issue of HBR. Coming from such a wonderful thinker and writer, it is really gratifying praise. He likes the football metaphor and quotes me from a talk I gave in Toronto during which I asked rhetorically ” Can you imagine Tom Brady apologizing to the public for winning by less than the point spread?” And I answered myself: “Of course not. But that’s what happens when CEOs fail to meet the market’s consensus expectations. And no matter how good you are, you cannot beat expectations forever.”
Adi closes with: “I urge everyone who cares about the economy (and football, for that matter) to
read Martin’s book.”
Thanks Adi; much appreciated.