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Book Reports. Student-led learning and discussion. “Speed Learning”. Of all of the topics covered in this class, why is the theme of this book the most important to you? What are two or three key ideas (“take-aways”) from the book? Anything else you would like to add. Book

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Book reports

Book Reports

Student-led learning and discussion


Speed learning
“Speed Learning”

  • Of all of the topics covered in this class, why is the theme of this book the most important to you?

  • What are two or three key ideas (“take-aways”) from the book?

  • Anything else you would like to add.


  • Book

    • Drucker, P. (1966), The Effective Executive.

  • Student-Professional

    • Yiran Song


  • Book

    • Branson, R. (2004), Losing My Virginity.

  • Student-Professionals

    • Katya Kandrashyna

    • Alexander Scott


  • Book

    • Isaacson, W. (2011), Steve Jobs: A Biography.

  • Student-Professionals

    • Michelle Macalintal

    • Danny Villatoro

  • Book

    • Gallo, C. (2010), The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs.

  • Student-Professional

    • Sokhna Mbacke


  • Book

    • Cockerell, L. (2008), Creating Magic.

  • Student-Professionals

    • Julian Banks

    • Johnathan Leitheiser

  • Book

    • Capodagli, W., and Jackson, L. (2007), The Disney Way.

  • Student-Professional

    • Maya Blackburn


  • Book

    • Kahneman, D. (2011), Thinking Fast and Slow.

  • Student-Professional

    • Eddie Ramirez


  • Book

    • Lewis, M. (2004), MONEYBALL: The Art of Winning and Unfair Game.

  • Student-Professionals

    • Rosslynn Bledsoe

    • Audra Boyd

    • Luis Manalo

    • Kyle Murata


  • Book

    • Heyman, R. (1994), Why Didn’t You Say That in the First Place?

  • Student-Professional

    • Osvaldo Arteaga

  • Book

    • Thomas, D. (2008), Cross Cultural Management: Essential Concepts.

  • Student-Professional

    • Mitchell Greenwald


  • Book

    • Spence, G. (1995), How to Argue and Win Every Time.

  • Student-Professional

    • Destiny Mitchell

  • Book

    • Ury, W. (1993), Getting Past No: Negotiating Your Way from Confrontation to Cooperation.

  • Student-Professional

    • Samantha Pepiot


  • Book

    • Foray, D. (2006), The Economics of Knowledge.

  • Student-Professional

    • David Murillo

  • Book

    • Styhre, A. (2003), Understanding Knowledge Management.

  • Student-Professional

    • Darlene Ortiz

  • Book

    • Rud, O. (2009), Business Intelligence Success Factors

  • Student-Professional

    • Ivy Trejo


  • Book

    • Kouzes, J., and Poser, B. (2002), The Leadership Challenge, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

  • Student-Professional

    • Damian Rickman


  • Book

    • Bennis, W. (1994), On Becoming a Leader (revised ed.), Perseus Books.

  • Student-Professional

    • Michael Singletary


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