Good to Great
by Jim Collins
Collins rediscovers the meaning of leadership and contextualizes it as part of the overall organizational strategy. The book shows that greatness is not primarily a function of circumstance but largely a matter of conscious choice and discipline.
The Essential Drucker
by Peter F. Drucker
The book is a selection of Drucker’s 60 years of work. Revered as a management guru, he was also a visionary. It is a starting point for those who want to understand the basics of his practical philosophy.
The Buried Mirror
by Carlos Fuentes
A comprehensive history of Latin America revealing the unique social, political and economic forces that created the region. Fuentes captures Latino civilization from its beginnings.
Call to Love: Meditations
by Anthony de Mello
The book is a recurrent fountain of truthful internal examination with a pragmatic yet deep, spiritual philosophy. There are 31 short reflections challenging the reader to honestly “see” one’s self and others.
by Suzanne Morse
Morse demonstrates with real examples how innovation and entrepreneurship are driving forces in the public and nonprofit sectors.