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David and Goliath by Malcolm Gladwell - Paperback by Malcolm Gladwell - iatt-ykp.org

Home — Non-Fiction — Psychology Books. Three thousand years ago on a battlefield in ancient Palestine, a shepherd boy felled a mighty warrior with nothing more than a pebble and a sling-and ever since, the names of David and Goliath have stood for battles between underdogs and giants. David's victory was improbable and miraculous. He shouldn't have won. See more books written by: Malcolm Gladwell.
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He is also the host of the podcast Revisionist History and co-founder of the podcast company Pushkin Industries. Gladwell's books and articles often deal with the unexpected implications of research in the social sciences and make frequent and extended use of academic work, particularly in the areas of sociology , psychology , and social psychology. Gladwell was appointed to the Order of Canada on June 30, Gladwell was born in Fareham , Hampshire , England. His father, Graham Gladwell, was a mathematics professor from Kent , England. Gladwell has said that his mother is his role model as a writer.

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Malcolm Gladwell has been a staff writer at The New Yorker since Gladwell was born in England and grew up in rural Ontario. He now lives in New York. Malcolm Gladwell, host of the podcast Revisionist History and number one best-selling author of The Tipping Point , Blink , Outliers , and David and Goliath offers a powerful examination of our interactions with strangers - and why they often go wrong Malcolm Gladwell takes us on an intellectual journey through the world of "outliers" - the best and the brightest, the most famous and the most successful

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If you think you know the story of David and Goliath , think again. In his new book, "David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants," Malcolm Gladwell says most people get this famous Biblical yarn all wrong because they misunderstand who really has the upper hand. It is because of , and not despite, David's size and unorthodox choice of weapon that he is able to slay the lumbering giant. In other words, Gladwell says, most people underestimate the importance of agility and speed. The same misunderstanding happens in David vs. Goliath fights in business, which Gladwell substantiates with numerous case studies and research examples in his recently published book. And that's exactly why nimble, upstart companies, with their new solutions to old problems, often can best Goliaths.

Which is why the current and increasingly public battle over the book is so fascinating: Tech giants such as Amazon and Apple pitted against each other and the federal government, venerable publishing houses — long thought to be the Kings of the realm — fending for themselves in an uncertain world. Although EDC does not currently sell ebooks, it has seen its physical inventory bought in bulk from distributors by Amazon and then heavily discounted — a common tactic for the online retailer of the type that may have caused major book publishers and Apple to band together in developing a new pricing system for ebooks last year — a deal that has resulted in a high-profile lawsuit brought by the US Justice Department. Amazon argues that book publishers in particular must adapt to a changing marketplace or face extinction; indeed, many major publishers have seen Amazon as both a blessing and curse — a vast new method of distribution and a honeypot in ebooks, at the risk of doing business with a notoriously cut-throat company that could demand cheaper prices or change the terms of sale at any time, due to its relative monopoly. The tactic is a well-worn one: Undercut your competition as long as you can or until they are out of business, and then drive prices up. Image Credit: Whatswerves. China Pixel Watch Coming? Kobo Forma e-book readers can now access Dropbox.

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