Tom MacWright

I read The Three Pillar Model for Business Decisions: Strategy, Law and Ethics by George Siedel on


The bad: like the other business / sales books I’ve read, it spends almost half of its pages just telling you how good the book is. It reassures you that, yep, this will increase your sales, just as it did for Bill and Barbara.

The good: this is like looking though the eyes of The Corporation. The book will give you their take on why car companies shouldn’t invest too much in seatbelts, why arbitration clauses are good, how you must avoid giving the impression of firing-with-cause, and so on. Not that you’ll agree with (or should agree with) any of that, but, well, it’s interesting to hear those points so clearly made.