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“No one has more experience with corporate boards, and insights into what makes them work, than Ira Millstein. The Activist Director reveals the good, the bad, and the ugly from some of the biggest management failures—and successes—in recent history.” ~ Michael Bloomberg, founder of Bloomberg LP and former mayor of New York City This month, we’re featuring
We’re kicking off 2019 by featuring books that can help you become more business savvy. Our Columbia Business School Publishing imprint touches on topics ranging from finance and strategy, to value investing, to design thinking, to management and corporate governance, and to marketing and social enterprise, and more. This month, we’re offering you the chance to
Our weekly list of new releases is now available. A Light in Dark Times The New School for Social Research and Its University in Exile Judith Friedlander Sacred Cesium Ground and Isa’s Deluge Two Novellas of Japan’s 3/11 Disaster Kimura Yūsuke. Translated by Doug Slaymaker The Experience of Injustice A Theory of Recognition Emmanuel Renault.
The end of 2018 marked the completion of the ten-year anniversary of our Columbia Business School Publishing imprint. In celebration of this landmark event, we will be highlighting guest blog posts and excerpts from our authors and books that are part of the imprint. Today, we are happy to present to you a guest post from Myles Thompson,
“This book tells a story about sacrificing career for family that resonates far beyond the lives of the women in London Shani Orgad has interviewed. Orgad makes a powerful argument about the denials women experience, precisely because the author does not rant. She is a gifted explorer of adulthood in all its promises, twists, and