Book 29 of Year 2017 – “​The sustainability edge” by​ ​Suhas Apte and Jagdish N. Sheth

To bring about this transformational change, businesses must effectively and strategically identify, engage and energize all of their key stakeholders. No single business can hope to begin to be successful in the midst of the societal and environmental issues challenging the twenty-first century and beyond if they hold a narrow view of their company activities that includes only investors, customers and employees. Continue reading Book 29 of Year 2017 – “​The sustainability edge” by​ ​Suhas Apte and Jagdish N. Sheth

Book 28 of Year 2017 – “​An Intelligent Career” by​ Michael Arthur, Svetlana N. Khapova and Julia Richardson

The writers take the reader on a journey of different individuals who lost their jobs in unforeseen circumstances and used the time out to understand themselves outside of what they do.

There are also additional stories of individuals identifying gaps or opportunities in the way systems/ processes are run and meeting needs that arise out of those gaps. Continue reading Book 28 of Year 2017 – “​An Intelligent Career” by​ Michael Arthur, Svetlana N. Khapova and Julia Richardson

Book 26 of Year 2017 – “​What will they say about you when you’re gone?” by ​Rabbi Daniel Cohen

Many of us are at a point in our lives when we look back at what we have done and we we did more. This book caters to that desire to be and do more than you are currently with regard to kindness and giving back to society. Continue reading Book 26 of Year 2017 – “​What will they say about you when you’re gone?” by ​Rabbi Daniel Cohen

Book 25 of Year 2017 – “​They can’t kill us all” by ​Wesley Lowery

The underlying theme of this set of warnings passed down from black parents to their children is one of self-awareness: the people you encounter, especially the police, are likely willing to break your body, if only because they subconsciously view you not only as less than, but also as a threat. Continue reading Book 25 of Year 2017 – “​They can’t kill us all” by ​Wesley Lowery

Book 20 of Year 2017 – “​​Creativity and Data Marketing” by​​ Becky Wang

​If you are a CMO, PR or generally own a business that makes use of marketing strategy, this book is a great one for you. It gives information about where you can find resources and tools to leverage your company’s marketing strategy and address relevant information to your customers. Continue reading Book 20 of Year 2017 – “​​Creativity and Data Marketing” by​​ Becky Wang