Related

Last 30 days
Last 6 months
Last 12 months
Last 24 months
Specific Dates
From:

To:
Specific Authors
Specific Publisher

Tomorrowmind: Thriving at Work—Now and in an Uncertain Future

Highly recommended for all public and academic libraries and business collections.
PREMIUM

The Power of Wonder: The Extraordinary Emotion That Will Change the Way You Live, Learn, and Lead

This awe-inspiring book is recommended for all academic multidisciplinary collections, especially those in business, philosophy, and psychology.
PREMIUM

The E Suite: Empathetic Leadership for the Next Generation of Executives

A solid basic introduction to empathy-centered leadership. Will likely appeal to first-time managers and those looking to move into leadership positions.
PREMIUM

Audacious AF: An Empowering Guide to Running an Authentic Business

Tidbits about business topics, such as branding, entrepreneurship, the effective use of social media, and the important concept of pricing are all included, which is great, but these messages become somewhat lost in the book’s excessive profanity.

Financial Feminist: Overcome the Patriarchy’s Bullsh*t To Master Your Money and Build a Life You Love

Dunlap’s honesty serves as a powerful source of motivation to do the work, not just to secure financial autonomy but to break out of stereotypes that limit women’s potential in all aspects of their lives.

The Great Money Reset: Change Your Work, Change Your Wealth, Change Your Life

Since many public library readers are embarking on new life adventures in this COVID era, this title is recommended as a first purchase for all business collections. Academic library collections that support certified financial planner preparation can also benefit with this title.
PREMIUM

Still Broke: Walmart’s Remarkable Transformation and the Limits of Socially Conscious Capitalism

Interesting and evenhanded. Will appeal to a broad readership.
PREMIUM

Power Failure: The Rise and Fall of an American Icon

Cohan’s thorough research and interviews with Jack Welch and others give readers a firsthand look at the rise and fall of an American institution.
PREMIUM

Astrotopia: The Dangerous Religion of the Corporate Space Race

A singular perspective on space technology, with unexpected comparisons to colonialism that will make readers think twice about the future of humanity on other planets.

Inside Out: The Equity Leader’s Guide to Undoing Institutional Racism

Containing important strategies for leaders who are making long-term efforts to dismantle their own institutional racism, this is highly recommended.
PREMIUM

The Burnout Challenge: Managing People’s Relationships with Their Jobs

This book proposes a thoughtful approach to tackling a common and serious workplace problem.
PREMIUM

Sold Out: How Broken Supply Chains, Surging Inflation, and Political Instability Will Sink the Global Economy

Contrarian investors will likely enjoy this title. Others may prefer a more accessible presentation.

Why Managers Matter: The Perils of the Bossless Company

Recommended as a first purchase for all academic business collections.
PREMIUM

The Search for Meaning at Work: Unleashing the Hidden Power of Purpose To Engage and Fulfill Your Workforce

Ideal for those concerned about employee engagement.

Leading Inclusion: Drive Change Your Employees Can See and Feel

An outstanding source of information and advice for leaders who want to build inclusive work environments. It may also prove extremely beneficial for faculty and students of business administration schools. Highly recommended.
PREMIUM

For Profit: A History of Corporations

Readers interested in business and history will appreciate the depth of Magnuson’s research and the lessons it reveals about corporations, past and present.

The Bezos Blueprint: Communication Secrets of the World’s Greatest Salesman

An insightful guide to improving communication skills.
PREMIUM

Ideaflow: The Only Business Metric That Matters

This solid introduction to the ideation process moves past the recent fixation on improv, which has been the model since the publication of Yes, And. The book does indeed tackle the need for idea creation in business, but it doesn’t differentiate itself enough from other works on this topic.
PREMIUM

The Brain-Friendly Workplace

A compelling read for anyone interested in understanding how brain chemistry can improve job performance and workplace satisfaction.
PREMIUM

Wolf Hustle: A Black Woman on Wall Street

An absorbing, instructive look at the victories and pitfalls of a life driven by the hustle. The page space that Fabré devotes to her youth might frustrate those hoping for even more dirt on the Wall Street life, but it’ll strike a chord with readers who recognize her aspirations and yearnings.

Global Class: How the World’s Fastest-Growing Companies Scale Globally by Focusing Locally

Business readers will enjoy learning more about how their favorite companies operate on a global scale. Recommended as a first purchase for all public and academic library collections.
PREMIUM

Watch and Learn: How I Turned Hollywood Upside Down with Netflix, Redbox, and MoviePass—Lessons in Disruption

Business readers will admire Lowe’s acumen and the bite-sized takeaways at the end of each chapter. Media consumers will appreciate Lowe’s insider history of game-changing film companies.
PREMIUM

The Devil Never Sleeps: Learning To Live in an Age of Disasters

Kayyem’s timely and well-organized study is recommended for nonfiction collections, particularly those where interest in business, management, government, or the environment is high.
PREMIUM

Build the Damn Thing: How To Start a Successful Business If You’re Not a Rich White Guy

Inspirational, intriguing and practical, Finney’s toolkit is especially good for would-be entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs who have recently started a business, and business students. Highly recommended.
PREMIUM

Trust and Inspire: How Truly Great Leaders Unleash Greatness in Others

A timely look at management styles during the COVID pandemic, and a thought-provoking look at leadership. Recommended especially for practitioners and for students and faculty of business schools.

Dark Towers: Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump, and an Epic Trail of Destruction

Part exposé, part mystery, Enrich’s account richly illuminates Deutsche Bank’s excesses and Trump’s business practices. Readers of Andrew Sorkin’s Too Big To Fail, which unveiled vulnerabilities in the financial industry, will find Enrich’s more focused account equally compelling.

Banking on Freedom: Black Women in U.S. Finance Before the New Deal

Given the few historical treatments of black women is business, this book is long overdue. It will appeal to all interested in U.S. and African American history.
PREMIUM

Michael Curtiz: A Life in Film

With thorough knowledge of film history, telling anecdotes, and interviews, the author illuminates Curtiz's colorful career while also providing insightful portraits of actors, writers, and studio heads. Highly recommended.
PREMIUM

The Man Who Made the Movies: The Meteoric Rise and Tragic Fall of William Fox

It is no reflection on Krefft's accomplishment that this may be more than most casual readers need to know about the man whose name lives on in 20th Century Fox. For those desiring less in-depth coverage, Merrill T. McCord's recent William Fox and the Fox Film Corporation may be a suitable alternative.
articles
ALREADY A SUBSCRIBER?

We are currently offering this content for free. Sign up now to activate your personal profile, where you can save articles for future viewing

ALREADY A SUBSCRIBER?