Amazon has named “What To Do When Machines Do Everything” as one of the Best Business & Leadership Books of 2017 So Far. The book, published in February, sits along other bestsellers including Sheryl Sandberg's “Option B,” Tony Robbins' “Unshakeable,” and Brad Stone's “The Upstarts.” With an overall rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars, the book’s customer reviews and comments include 5 stars for being ‘a wonderful book that is clear, easy to read and extremely informative; a really important and great read for all businesses,’ ‘a field book for individuals and companies about to be hit by the digital tsunami that is moving from Silicon Valley to every industry in every geography,’ and ‘an important antidote to all the alarmist studies and books in the last few years on the topic of automation and the future of work.’
Co-authored by Malcolm Frank, Benjamin Pring, and Paul Roehrig of Cognizant, the book is dubbed the essential playbook for the future of business and is considered a guide for succeeding in the next generation of the digital economy. This team also previously authored business book “Code Halos: How the Digital Lives of People, Things, and Organizations are Changing the Rules of Business.”
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