Minda Harts has written a “how-to memo” for women of color in the workplace. It reads less like a guidebook and more like a conversation over drinks after work, in mixed company.
“For a riveting account of contemporary action the visionary Michael Bloomberg is taking to battle environmental degradation and a host of other societal ills, Eleanor Randolph’s unauthoriz
“Greene rightly reminds us that in order to understand others we must first and foremost understand what makes ourselves tick.”
What is “value”? How is it established? And how has its meaning changed over time?
“We’ve been given an incredible gift as sentient beings: by changing the inner attitudes of our minds, we have the power to change the outer aspects of our lives.
When Sheryl Sandberg’s husband unexpectedly died while on a trip to Mexico, her world turned upside down.
“an interesting and thought-provoking read.”
E. B. White said, “I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the world and a desire to enjoy the world.”
"there is fact-driven brilliance in Bloodsport’s pages."
“Breaking New Ground can inform and motivate entrepreneurs who want to change the world.”
“Highly Recommended is highly recommended.”
Are you perfect?
“. . . explores ‘why rock stars have fans (and your company has customers)’. . .”
“As Dennis Bakke says: ‘No matter where you stand in your organization, change can start with you.’”
“The author’s meditation on right behavior is presented not as an instruction manual but as a way of looking at the world.
“It’s hard to see how any reader interested in best business practices would not be inspired in some way by Infinite Vision: How Aravind Became the World’s Greatest Business Case for Co
“Uncertainty provides a different look from a unique perspective at a universal issue—and thus deserves perusal.”
“Too many small business entrepreneurs will still continue to get their diploma from the school of hard knocks, before paying attention to a wise alumnus such as Dave Ramsey—and by then it
“The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs is an insanely great marketing guide.”
Brand Failures is the rare business book that’s actually a fun read for nonbusiness people.
If your main goal in life is to be a supervisor, the boss, or the Big Kahuna, you might want to rethink that career goal by reading You Can’t Fire Everyone: And Other Lessons from an Accidental
Now, after more than a decade into the new millennium, it is time to start seeing, acting, and doing things from a 21st century perspective.
Full disclosure: This book intentionally debunks the value of an MBA degree. While I do not have such a degree, both my sons have MBAs from Stanford University (paid for by themselves).
A marked shift has occurred in the tone and assumptions surrounding our national fortune.
After an economic meltdown, a decade of war in the Middle East, and an Old Testament geyser in the gulf, we face a fork in the road of our national journey: Are our institutions—be they government,