«Enten vi er det bevisst eller ikke, driver vi alle en eller annen form for påvirkning og formidling. Med humor og faglig presisjon stikker Daniel Pink hull på de etablerte salgsmytene og løfter det hele inn i en tidsaktuell sammenheng. Ny teori med praktiske tips blandes på en engasjerende og overraskende måte.»
Anna M. Foss, emneansvarlig i salgspsykologi ved Markedshøyskolen, konsulent i næringslivet, og engasjert i humanitært arbeid
«Pink's book is an interesting take on the widely observed rebirth, and arguably the simultaneous reconfiguration, of the sales profession. With current social and technological change, the focus of interpersonal influence is indeed now in non-sales interactions – between any humans. Pink also makes some interesting original claims and dares to prescribe behavioral tips for those interested.»
Petri Parvinen, professor i salgsledelse ved Aalto-universitetets handelshøyskole
"Full of aha! moments . . . timely, original, thoroughly engaging, deeply humane."
—strategy + business
“A fresh look at the art and science of sales using a mix of social science, survey research and stories.”
—Dan Schawbel, Forbes.com
"Artfully blend[s] anecdotes, insights, and studies from the social sciences into a frothy blend of utility and entertainment."
"Excellent…radical, surprising, and undeniably true."
—Harvard Business Review Blog
“Pink has penned a modern day How to Win Friends and Influence People... To Sell Is Human is chock full of stories, social science, and surprises…All leaders—at least those who want to ‘move’ people—should own this book.”
—Training and Development magazine
"Vastly entertaining and informative."
—Phil Johnson, Forbes.com
"Pink is one of our smartest thinkers about the interaction of work, psychology and society."
"A roadmap to help the rest of us guide our own pitches."
“Like discovering your favorite professor in a box…packed with information, reasons to care about his message, how and why to execute his suggestions, and it's all accentuated with meaningful examples… this book deserves a good, long look.”
—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"An engaging blend of interviews, research and observations by [this] incisive author"
—The Globe and Mail