A Q&A with David Gelles, author of The Man Who Broke Capitalism
By Dylan Schleicher, David Gelles
In his new book, David Gelles explains how Jack Welch upended GE and ushered in a new era of shareholder capitalism that has come to define the American economy—and how a movement is arising to move us beyond it. He recently took the time answer some of our questions about it all.
Disconnected : How to Stay Human in an Online World
By Emily Porter
Emma Gannon brings us this easy and fast read to guide us in reassessing our relationship with the devices that surround us each day.
Culture and Courage: How to Shake Things Up While Adhering to Core Principles
By Reggie Fils-Aimé
No culture is perfect. And if you don’t evolve with emerging business conditions, your company and its culture will be left behind. The best senior leaders define the culture in their organization thoughtfully.
Books to Watch | May 24, 2022
Talent: How to Identify Energizers, Creatives, and Winners Around the World
Tyler Cowen and Daniel Gross offer strategies on how to spot, assess, woo, and retain highly talented people.
Of Blood and Sweat: Black Lives and the Making of White Power and Wealth
By Dylan Schleicher
Clyde Ford's examination of the conflict between—and convergence of—freedom and bondage in America helps us understand our past, examine our present, and explore roads not (yet) taken for a better future.
Words Matter: How the Quality of Your Writing Signals Your Clarity of Thought
By Charles Wheelan
Writing for life requires composing your thoughts in a way that gets your desired response, whether that is laughs in a comedy club, a raise from your boss, a large donation to a food pantry, or something else. This is a crucial life skill.
Books to Watch | May 17, 2022
We See You & We Read You
Jewish American Heritage Month
By Rebecca Schwartz
Porchlight's Owner, President & CEO Rebecca Schwartz shares a reading list for Jewish American heritage month.
The No Club: Putting a Stop to Women's Dead-End Work
A practical, timely guide for bringing gender equity to the workplace: unburden women’s careers from work that goes unrewarded.