A veteran executive calls out the books that most influenced him in a career driven by innovation.
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- In Small Data, Martin Lindstrom recounts his adventures in brand building.
- The president of the Rockefeller Foundation discusses the best books for understanding and nurturing organizational resilience.
- In his new book, Charles Duhigg demonstrates that making the right choices is the key to boosting personal productivity.
- Superbosses examines the talent practices of those rare leaders whose protégés go on to dominate industries.
- A leading light of the corporate responsibility movement calls out a reading list for building a sustainable economy.
- In Agile Talent, Jon Younger and Norm Smallwood lay out a system for getting more from external talent.
- The legal scholar and coauthor of Nudge calls out four must-reads on decision making.
- In The Happiness Track, Emma Seppälä describes six strategies that will make you happier and more successful at work.
- The CEO of Imperative recommends three books that explore purpose from individual and organizational perspectives.
- There’s no scientific method for coming up with brilliant new ideas. But the authors of a new book argue that a set of habits can help foster innovation.
- The entrepreneur-in-residence for the City of Los Angeles Mayor’s Office recommends three books to stimulate organizational entrepreneurship and innovation.
- In On Inequality, Harry Frankfurt argues that, in and of itself, economic inequality doesn’t matter.
- A Columbia Business School professor suggests a reading list for leaders struggling to hold on to competitive advantage.
- In their new book, Nobel Prize–winning economists George Akerlof and Robert Shiller argue that free markets can allow unethical business practices to thrive.
- Why we read business books, and why we write them.
- In a new book, a group of scholars delves into the many ways people find their missions — at work and at home.
- The master algorithm will invent everything that can be invented.
- One of the world’s most influential business thinkers talks about the books that shaped his approach to his career.
- A leading business author talks about the books that shaped his thinking and career.
- In a new book, leadership expert Ira Chaleff argues teaching employees to disobey orders is an essential management safeguard.
- The Stanford professor calls out four books that illuminate the often-dark paths to power.
- In Holacracy, Brian J. Robertson proposes we replace the corporate hierarchy with a bossless system.
- The b-school professor recommends three books that support the development of value-based leadership.
- The top-ranked executive coach recommends four books that will make you a better leader.
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