You Pick, I Review

Last Updated Apr 2, 2008 11:05 PM EDT

Harvard Business School Press sent me its Spring 2008 catalog. Tell me what you'd like to see reviewed.

Books on the way include:

Billions of Entrepreneurs: How China and India Are Reshaping Their Futures -- and Yours, by Tarun Khanna

UPDATE: UPDATE: See the Big Think Breakdown here: China and India Don't Need Us.
Private Equity Lessons You Cannot Afford to Ignore, by Orit Gadiesh and Hugh MacArthur

Creative Capital: Georges Doriot and The Birth of Venture Capital, by Spencer E. Ante

5 Future Strategies You Need Right Now, by George Stalk

The Power of Unreasonable People: How Social Entrepreneurs Create Markets that Change the World, By John Elkington and Pamela Hartigan

Manage the Media: Don't Let the Media Manage You, by William J. Holstein

Science Lessons: What The Business of Biotech Taught Me About Management, by Amgen founder Gordon Binder

Followership: How Followers Are Creating Change and Changing Leaders, by Barbara Kellerman

Crucibles of Leadership: How to learn from experience to become a Great Leader, by Robert J. Thomas

Becoming A Resonant Leader, by Annie McKee, Richard E. Boyatzis, and Fran Johnston

Innovation to the Core: A BluePrint for Transforming the Way Your Company Innovates, by Peter Skarzynski and Rowan Gibson

Talent on Demand: Managing Talent in an Age of Uncertainty, by Peter Cappelli

Retire Retirement: Career Strategies for the BOomer Generation, by Tamara Erickson

Predictable Surprises: The Disasters You Should Have Seen Coming, and how to prevent them, by Max H. Bazerman and Michael Watkins

Rocking the Boat: How to Inspire Change from Within Your Organization, by Debra E. Meyerson

  • Michael Fitzgerald

    Michael Fitzgerald writes about innovation and other big ideas in business for publications like the New York Times, The Economist, Fast Company, Inc. and CIO. He’s worked as a writer or editor at Red Herring, ZDNet, TechTV and Computerworld, and has received numerous awards as a writer and editor. Most recently, his piece on the hacker collective the l0pht won the 2008 award for best trade piece from the American Society of Journalists and Authors. He was also a 2007 Templeton-Cambridge Journalism Fellow in Science and Religion.