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by Peter F. Drucker, HarperBusiness; Revised edition 2006

Published in the mid-60’s, Drucker’s ideas stand up to the test of time. While many of the books precepts have been appropriated in more recent books on leadership, we remain fans of his original thinking—especially on managing time and the art of prioritization.

Good process can bring structure and discipline to a chaotic environment; it can also create space for collaboration and fresh thinking that spurs new solutions. In this clip, Alan Levin, former CFO at Pfizer and Endo, describes an approach he developed with Brimstone to encourage key leaders...

by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur, Wiley 2014

Osterwalder and Pigneur take a closer look at the core of their Business Model Canvas – and uncover practical tools for creating products and services customers want.

by Thomas Ricks, Penguin Books 2013

A fascinating review of U.S. military history through the lens of leadership that has many lessons to offer executives, especially in the areas of accountability and decision-making.

by Jill Lepore, The New Yorker 20140623

Lepore revisits Christensen’s “Innovator’s Dilemma” nearly 20 years after its publication and argues that many of its central assertions don’t stand up to scrutiny.