beach reads are popular fare during the summer months but smart cookies also
stock their bedside with the best of business reading.
comes with downtime, the perfect chance to read and reflect on topics often
overlooked or glossed over during the busyness of the day-to-day. Crack open a
few of the selections from the lists we've culled and settle in for that most
restorative and rejuvenating of pastimes: reading and reflecting.
The Washington Post rounded up a list of reads from the faculty of the University of Maryland's
Business School. The list covers a range of
topics including the emergence of China and India as business powerhouses, a
peek inside the workings of Google and effective change management.
Business Week also has a "poolside MBA" list
with selections from professors at the nation's top B-schools.
Selections include new millennium favorites such as The
World is Flat by Thomas Friedman and Malcolm Gladwell's The Tipping Point as well as golden oldies such as Benjamin Franklin's Poor Richard's Almanac.
for some unconventional business reading, we like the recommendations in this Fast Company article.
names such as Dan Pink and Eliot Spitzer offer their take on business reading;
for example, Spitzer's suggests The Bonfire of the
Vanities as a cautionary
tale of Wall Street greed run amok.
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