Fall Reading - Day 14: Rigor Mortis

Just starting Rigor Mortis. Timely for me as my colleagues and I are looking at a new National Science Foundation proposal. This is another where an NPR interview triggered my interest. Harkens back to my time as a doctoral student involved in a secondary analysis of a medical study. Our results could be replicated. The opposing author's could not. Our results show up in another interesting book, Impure Science (1992, Robert Bell).

About my Fall Reading List: Some of these books are new for 2017. Others, published before 2017, may be even more important now than they were when first published... at least for me. You'll see a clear focus on the future of work, as well as some heavy hitting general management books. Some link to my earlier reviews, others I'll just share what I was looking for and what I found. If these sound good to you, here is a set from prior years

I'm trying something new and will be posting one a day. How long will this take? Depends on how fast I read! I started the list early in the summer, but still have a few in the hopper. Here is the full list if you can't wait. Disclaimers: Where I have received a free copy, I have also purchased at least one more. I am using affiliate links.