Joseph Grenny is a leading social scientist for business performance. The book covers how corporate and non-profit leaders have made successful change not only achievable but inevitable. The Influencer should help us learn how we can drive behavior to implement meaningful change.
Clayton Christensen is a Harvard professor and the leading expert in disruptive innovation. This book investigates how you can do things well and invest in new technologies yet suddenly lose their market leadership. We hope to learn from The Innovator’s Dilemma how our stay on the forefront of disruptive technologies to improve the probability of our business’ future success.
Chris Guillebeau is in his early 30s and has found a way to visit over 175 countries while never holding a “traditional” job. How has he been able to accomplish this feat? Chris has an ability to turn ideas into income. The $100 Startup should be a useful resource to aid our students’ learning about the blend of passion and income.
Eric Reis is an entrepreneur and author of the blog Startup Lessons Learned. The Lean Startup hones in on how to create an agile ecosystem that encourages constant testing and iteration. This will serve as a great book to utilize during the launch phase of our businesses.
Articles and Blogs
We will continue to look at current literature as well as entrepreneurial blogs.
Some we are investigating currently: