"No one has taught me more about the complexities and mysteries of human decision-making than Gary Klein."—Malcolm Gladwell
"Brilliant discourse on a fascinating subject. It's written in a crisp, fluent, Gladwellish way and the pages flit by"—Management Today
"His analysis of how Google searches and corporate culture inhibit insight is intriguing, while suggestions for improving the chances of having a breakthrough are practical and useful for many facets of life"
"Intriguing findings that should play a transformative role, not only in the field of psychology, but also in corporate boardrooms."—Kirkus Reviews
"A valuable resource for business professionals to return to over again"—Library Journal
"Written in a breezy yet informative conversational style, Seeing What Others Don't is a good read and helps to stimulate our own thinking about how insights occur"—Strategy & Leadership
"Gary Klein pins down what until now has been the elusive topic of insight in his best and most personal work yet. The examples are memorable and Klein translates them into subtle and powerful lessons for practitioners and academics alike."—Karl Weick, Rensis Likert Distinguished University Professor, Emeritus, University of Michigan
"Gary Klein's brilliant book is a superb analysis of why and how some people are able to understand things others do not. As one of Gary's students and disciples I can attest to the exceptional value his insights have added to my own leadership and decision making ability. This new book is a must read for all leaders and should be added to his other works as the definitive collection on how decisions are, and should be, made."—General Anthony C. Zinni USMC (Retired)