Wednesday , August 15 2018

Business

Book Review: ‘The Future of Tech is Female: How to Achieve Gender Diversity,’ by Douglas M. Branson

Cover The Future of Tech by Branson

Corporate governance expert Dougas M. Branson has a new book about how companies can fix their own gender bias — and hire, support, promote and include women on all levels. It's called 'The Future of Tech is Female: How to Achieve Gender Diversity,' but it's about all industries. Tech is one of the worst offenders of gender bias, but the problem is universal in nearly every field.

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Interview: Ralph Welborn and Sajan Pillai, Authors of ‘Topple: The End of the Firm-Based Strategy and Rise of New Models for Explosive Growth’

An interview Ralph Welborn and Sajan Pillai, business leaders and the authors of 'Topple: The End of the Firm-Based Strategy and Rise of New Models for Explosive Growth.' As businesses fall off the Fortune 500 list at an accelerating rate, the authors offer timely strategies for staying on top.

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Book Review: ‘Topple: The End of Firm-Based Strategy and the Rise of New Models for Explosive Growth,’ by Ralph Welborn, PhD and Sajan Pillai

To survive in today's disruptive business environment, companies have to start working together, say Ralph Welborn and Sajan Pillai, authors of the compelling new book, 'Topple: The End of Firm-Based Strategy and the Rise of New Models for Explosive Growth.'

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Book Review: ‘Our Search for Belonging: How Our Need to Connect Is Tearing Us Apart,’ by Howard Ross

From global diversity and inclusion expert Howard Ross comes a new book, 'Our Search for Belonging: How Our Need to Connect Is Tearing Us Apart.' It's a fascinating look at how how our human need to belong is creating a new kind of tribalism, and dividing us more than ever.

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Interview: Leslie Peters, Author of ‘Finding Time to Lead: Seven Practices to Unleash Outrageous Potential’

An interview with leadership expert Leslie Peters, whose new book is ‘Finding Time to Lead: Seven Practices to Unleash Outrageous Potential.’ "Leadership isn't something you do," says Peters. "It's someone you are."

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