Good Economics for Hard Times

The winners of the Nobel Prize show how economics, when done right, can help us solve the thorniest social and political problems of our day.Figuring out how to deal with today s critical economic problems is perhaps the great challenge of our time Much greater than space travel or perhaps even the

The Unicorn Project

This highly anticipated follow up to the bestselling title The Phoenix Project takes another look at Parts Unlimited, this time from the perspective of software development In The Phoenix Project, Bill, an IT manager at Parts Unlimited, is tasked with a project critical to the future of the

The Infinite Game

Do you know how to play the game you re in In finite games, like football or chess, the players are known, the rules are fixed, and the endpoint is clear The winners and losers are easily identified In infinite games, like business or politics or life itself, the players come and go, the rules

The Queens of Animation

In The Queens of Animation, bestselling author Nathalia Holt recounts the dramatic stories of an incredibly influential group of women who have slipped under the radar for decades but have touched all our lives These women infiltrated the all male domain of Disney Studios and used early

Edison

From Pulitzer Prize winning author Edmund Morris comes a revelatory new biography of Thomas Alva Edison, the most prolific genius in American history Although Thomas Alva Edison was the most famous American of his time, and remains an international name today, he is mostly remembered only for the

The Burnout Generation

In January 2019, culture writer Anne Helen Petersen set the internet on fire with her viral BuzzFeed essay diagnosing millennial burnout a chronic state of stress and exhaustion that s become a base temperature for young people today Now, she continues this generation defining conversation in