On Loosing Books

After my last post, I was looking for some books to reference in an upcoming post I’m gong to do on Sketchnotes, A3 reporting, Kaizen, and the Toyota Way and how you can use them in a family management setting.

While looking for them, I suddenly realised that a particularly expensive Microsoft Press book, that I had lent to a former boss was still in his hands.

What is even more annoying than loosing a book, is the knowledge that he could be bothered to read it. I mean, what’s the point in asking for a lend of a book if you’re not going to read it.

I didn’t invest time and effort into reading the whole of a technical book, just so that someone can ignore it. I find that very insulting.