Columbia Business School Publishing extends Columbia Business School's commitment to bridging academic research and business practice, and reaching the global academic and business communities. By leveraging knowledge gained through innovative research and professional experiences, CBSP seeks to publish books that incorporate the entrepreneurial mindset promoted by the business school. The program is inclusive, multi-format, and interdisciplinary. It adheres to quality standards that attract influential authors and disseminates their ideas to the world of academia, professionals, and university classrooms globally.

The publisher for Columbia Business School Publishing is Myles Thompson. You can also keep up with Columbia Business School Publishing on Twitter!

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Recent titles include:


Berkshire Beyond Buffett: The Enduring Value of Values

Lawrence A. Cunningham

"Cunningham has taken us in a new direction, directly into the purchases of companies made by Warren Buffett. It is an insightful and important book that deserves a place on every serious investor's book shelf." — Robert Hagstrom, author of The Warren Buffett Way

Visit the Berkshire Beyond Buffet website | Read Lawrence Cunningham's posts on Concurring Opinions | Follow Lawrence Cunningham on Twitter




Learn or Die: Using Science to Build a Leading-Edge Learning Organization

Edward D. Hess 

"As digital technologies race ahead there is a growing need for creativity and innovation. But how can we build organizations that foster the highest levels of creativity and innovation? Learn or Die is a blueprint for creating such organizations." — Erik Brynjolffson, Co-author, The Second Machine Age

Read an article by Ed Hess in Inc. | Read an interview with Ed Hess on Learn or Die | Watch Ed Hess introduce chapters from Learn or Die

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