Winter in America A Cultural History of Neoliberalism, from the Sixties to the Reagan Revolution

Neoliberalism took shape in the 1930s and 1940s as a transnational political philosophy and system of economic, political, and cultural relations. As neoliberal ideas gained...

HBR's 10 Must Reads on Entrepreneurship and Startups

The best entrepreneurs balance brilliant business ideas with a rigorous commitment to serving their customers' needs.If you read (or listen) to nothing else on entrepreneurship...

Choosing Courage The Everyday Guide to Being Brave at Work

An inspirational, practical, and research-based guide for embracing risk and making a powerful impact at work.Have you ever wanted to disagree with your boss in a meeting? Speak...

Warren Buffett Inside the Ultimate Money Mind

In Warren Buffett: Inside the Ultimate Money Mind, Robert G. Hagstrom breaks new ground with a deep analysis of Buffett's essential wisdom, an intricate mosaic of wide-ranging...

Doing Agile Right Transformation Without Chaos

For decades business leaders have been painfully aware of the huge chasm between their aspiration for a nimble, flexible enterprise and the reality of silos, sluggishness, and...

Make Your Own Damn Cheese Understanding, Navigating, and Mastering the 3 Mazes of Success

Earl is a curious young mouse who wonders ceaselessly about the maze into which he was born. In trying to escape the maze, he encounters dead ends no matter how hard he works. He...

There's a Customer Born Every Minute P.T. Barnum's Amazing 10 "Rings of Power" for Creating Fame, Fortune, and a Business Empire Today—Guaranteed!

There's a Customer Born Every Minute reveals the lost wisdom of famous entrepreneur and showman, P. T. Barnum. Barnum was much more than a showman; he was a dedicated businessman...

Threescore and More Applying the Assets of Maturity, Wisdom, and Experience for Personal and Professional Success

Ageism is too often an accepted form of bias, even though the facts support the value of aging. Airline pilots forced to retire at the arbitrary age of sixty five are usually at...

Happy Accidents The Transformative Power of "Yes, And" at Work and in Life

To preserve our precious time and energy, we often default to "no", yet this only closes the door to our growth, while a "yes" opens up a world of possibilities. The secret is...

Talent, Strategy, Risk How Investors and Boards Are Redefining TSR

A playbook for long-term value creationBalancing the short term and the long term is a perennial struggle, but new developments put boards squarely at the center of this dilemma...

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