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Matt May’s latest book, In Pursuit of Elegance: Why the Best Ideas Have Something Missing is piling up accolades all over town. The latest come from bestselling author, Bob Sutton.
From Bob’s post, “I first read it several months ago when Matt asked me to write a blurb, and I was blown away by the compelling arguments that Matt made for removing things that are assumed to be essential, leaving things unsaid, unfinished, unexplained. He bases the book on four simple useful and compelling elements of “elegance” (ideas that combine simplicity and the power to surprise): seduction, subtraction, symmetry, and sustainability.”
BrightSight Group speaker, Stanford D-School Professor and author, Bob Sutton is quoted in BusinessWeek’s article, “IBM Reshapes Its Sales Meetings”. Sutton says, “In some parts of American business, every problem can be solved by design.”
BrightSight Group Speakers Dan and Chip Heath, co-authors of Made to Stick and Bob Sutton, author of The No Asshole Rule have both been named to Fast Company’s year end list of the Best Business Books.