Searching for 'Gladwell 3'
Following in the wake of The Tipping Point and Blink, Little, Brown and Company has announced Malcolm Gladwell's third book. Entitled Outliers: Why Some People Succeed and Some Don't, it is set to be released in November of this year. I haven't been able to track down much information about it online, but the publisher catalog reads: In this stunning new book, Malcolm Gladwell takes us on an intellectual journey through the world of "outliers"--the best and the brightest, the most famous and the most successful.
Great thinkers are often influenced by other great thinkers, twisting their knowledge about to make new and thoughtful iterations. Here are Debbie Millman's influences. Q.
There was an extensive profile of Malcolm Gladwell in Sunday's New York Times. Here are the numbers: "Blink" has remained on the best-seller list since it first came out in January 2005, with 1. 3 million copies in print in North America.
These are the books we'll be digging further into in March.
"We have an education and business culture that tends to reward quick factual answers over imaginative inquiry. Questioning isn’t encouraged—it is barely tolerated. " ~Warren Berger
Today we are introducing a new author-focused blog series called Thinker in Residence. For this series, we'll be asking some of the brightest and boldest business authors writing today to give us insight into their work. Over the course of a week, we’ll give you, our readers, a review of the book, an interview with the author, and the author's perspective on a current business challenge.
As hinted at previously, I finally caught up with Ms. Millman with some questions about her super interesting and smartly crafted book, Look Both Ways: Illustrated Essays on the Intersection of Life and Design. It is no surprise to me that her answers are also very good.
The bestselling business books at 800-CEO-READ for May 2017.
"It’s not like we delivered 'the memo' and poor, working class and middle class folks flubbed it and failed the test. We were simply never given the memo. " ~John Hope Bryant
In our final Thinker in Residence installment with G. Richard Shell, author of Springboard, we asked Dr. Shell to share with us the business question that most inspires his work and what books have most influenced him.
We've been talking about how to help people, how to focus on what's positive and helpful in the current state of our world, rather than grumbling over the things that are both out of our control and truly uncertain. One of the ways we can do that is by starting a conversation that starts at a personal level. .