- The novel In Bed We Cry had early insights into the lives of prosperous working women.
- March 31, 2021 by Theodore KinniIn her new book, Yale School of Management professor Marissa King explores the topographies of three network models and the networking styles of their builders.
- March 4, 2021 by Deepali SrivastavaIn his new book, the Microsoft cofounder argues that doubling down on innovation can move the world closer to net-zero emissions.
- March 2, 2021 by Theodore KinniIn Making Great Strategy, Stanford b-school professors Jesper Sørensen and Glenn Carroll bridge the gap between abstract strategic visions and executable plans.
- January 4, 2021 by Daniel AkstIn his new book, John Hudson, a survival instructor for the British military, offers lessons on how to get through the most challenging ordeals.
- December 17, 2020 by Theodore KinniIn her new book, Boston College professor Juliet Schor reports on the ways that the sharing economy has — and has not — lived up to its initial promise.
- November 11, 2020 by Theodore KinniIn his new book, MIT Sloan School research fellow Michael Schrage explores the powerful effects of recommendation engines and where they might lead.
- November 9, 2020Our picks for the best business books of 2020 in seven categories.
- November 9, 2020 by Theodore KinniManaging in a pandemic year
- November 9, 2020 by Sally HelgesenFrom the outside in
- November 9, 2020 by Daniel GrossIn the 20th edition of strategy+business’s Best Business Books section, our writers identify the three most compelling reads in seven genres.
- November 3, 2020 by Daniel AkstThe iconic novel, which celebrates risk-taking and self-interest, has important lessons for current debates surrounding inequality and liberty.
- October 16, 2020 by Theodore KinniUniversity College London professor Vaughn Tan offers lessons in innovation from the world of high cuisine.
- August 31, 2020 by David LancefieldIn The Ends Game, professors Marco Bertini and Oded Koenigsberg explain how companies can help their customers meet goals by rewriting the rules of commerce.
- August 19, 2020 by Theodore KinniEconomist Pavlina R. Tcherneva demolishes the idea that there is an optimal rate of unemployment and makes a timely case for a national job guarantee.
- July 6, 2020 by Theodore KinniHult International Business School professor Amit Mukherjee argues that new leadership practices are needed for a digital era.
- July 1, 2020For those who want to slow down and still keep up.
- June 2, 2020 by Theodore KinniIn The Power of Experiments, Harvard Business School professors Michael Luca and Max Bazerman provide an overview of the applications, promise, and perils of corporate experimentation.
- May 11, 2020 by Daniel AkstThe 1952 novel Executive Suite tells us what it takes to fill the shoes of an icon.
- April 15, 2020 by Theodore KinniIn the new book Overload, professors Erin L. Kelly and Phyllis Moen report the results of a rigorous five-year field experiment in giving employees more control over their jobs.
- March 12, 2020 by Theodore KinniIn The Ethical Algorithm, two University of Pennsylvania professors explain how social values such as fairness and privacy can be designed into machines.
- February 10, 2020 by Mike JakemanIn the new book Fully Grown, economist Dietrich Vollrath argues that the recent spell of moderate growth in the U.S. is a sign of success.
- January 16, 2020 by Theodore KinniIn More from Less, MIT Sloan School of Management’s Andrew McAfee argues that the “four horsemen of the optimist” are galloping to the planet’s rescue.
- December 12, 2019 by Theodore KinniIn Diversity, Inc., NYU journalism professor Pamela Newkirk revisits decades of investment in D&I, and asks why the returns have been so meager.
- November 15, 2019 by Theodore KinniA new book by two professors provides a tool kit for designers of customer, user, and employee experiences.
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