Well-Designed by John Kolko
Jon Kolko’s new offering from Harvard Business Press aims to help conceive, design, and produce better products based on a design process that puts users first.
Carson Tate's Work Simply will teach you how to be more productive at what you by being true to yourself.
Hooked, The Social License, and What to Do When It's Your Turn
The Social License, and why the name Macondo, in hindsight, was the perfect moniker for the oil and gas prospect in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Change Book: How Things Happen by Michael Krogerus & Roman Tschäppeler
Krogerus and Tschäppeler's tiny and elegantly-designed book has a simple message: change.
A Q&A with Kevin Ashton
Kevin Ashton - who came up with the phrase "The Internet of Things" - answers our questions about his book How to Fly a Horse.
Authors on the Road - The New Generation of Philanthropy
When discussing philanthropy it’s impossible not to include a certain Mr. Buffett, but it's not only Papa Warren doing work to make the world a better place.
A Year with Peter Drucker
Joseph A. Maciariello's new book allows you to spend a full year in the teachings of "the father of management."