Business & Economics
Glass Jaw: A Manifesto for Defend-
ing Fragile Reputations in an Age of
Instant Scandal by Eric Dezenhall (Oct. 7,
hardcover, $27, ISBN 978-1-4555-8297-
6). In an age when scandal can destroy a
company’s brand or anyone’s reputation in
an instant, here is a guide to modern crisis
A Year with Peter Drucker: 52
Weeks of Coaching for Leadership
Effectiveness by Joseph A. Maciariello
(Dec. 2, hardcover, $29.99, ISBN 978-
0-06-231567-0). A year-long leadership
development course divided into short,
weekly lessons, based on Drucker’s personal coaching program, previously
unpublished material, and selected readings from the management guru’s classic
works, compiled by his longtime collaborator.
Smartcuts: How Hackers, Innovators, and Icons Accelerate Success by
Shane Snow (Sept. 9, hardcover, $26.99,
ISBN 978-0-06-230245-8). Entrepreneur
and journalist Snow analyzes the lives of
people and companies that do surprising
things better and faster than everyone else
to reveal how each of us can use “smartcuts,”
not merely shortcuts, to achieve success.
Rookie Smarts: Why Learning Beats
Knowing in the New Game of Work by
Liz Wiseman (Oct. 14, hardcover, $28.99,
ISBN 978-0-06-232263-0). In a time of
constant change, success depends on seeing
the world through rookie eyes, and in this
guide, the bestselling author of Multipliers
explains why we are often at our best when
we are doing something for the first time—
and how to reclaim and cultivate this youthful mind-set.
Data-ism: The Revolution Transforming Decision Making, Consumer
Behavior, and Almost
Everything Else by Steve
Lohr (Jan. 6, hardcover,
$29.99, ISBN 978-0-06-
222681-5). A senior writer
and technology reporter for
the New York Times chronicles
the rise of Big Data, addressing cutting-
edge business strategies and examining the
dark side of a data-driven world.
Me, Inc. by Gene Simmons (Oct. 21,
hardcover, $26.99, ISBN 978-0-06-
232261-6). The quintessential self-made
man, master of brand identity, and award-
winning executive—KISS’s Simmons—
shares his manifesto for business success.
Mind Gym: Achieve More by Think-
ing Differently by Sebastian Bailey and
Octavius Black (Sept. 9, hardcover, $26.99,
ISBN 978-0-06-233144-1). For more than
10 years, the authors have offered their
“mind” workouts to 400 businesses in 30
countries. Their book looks to help people
transform their personal and professional
life by changing the way they think.
Walter Lippmann: Public Economist by Craufurd D. Goodwin (Oct. 20,
hardcover, $35, ISBN 978-0-674-36813-
2). Unemployment, monetary and fiscal
policy, and the merits and drawbacks of
free markets were a few of the issues the
journalist and public philosopher Walter
Lippmann explained to the public during
the Depression, and Goodwin examines
Lippmann’s role during that period.
The Korean Economy: From a Mirac-
ulous Past to a Sustainable Future by
Barry Eichengreen, Wonhyuk Lim, Yung
Chul Park, and Dwight H. Perkins (Jan.
12, hardcover, $49.95, ISBN 978-0-
674-41718-2). This analysis of the South
Korean economy provides an overview of
the country’s economic experience since
the 1950s, with a focus on the
period since democratization
Making Conflict Work:
Harnessing the Power of
Disagreement by Peter T.
Coleman and Robert Fergu-
son (Sept. 2, hardcover, $26,
ISBN 978-0-544-14839-0) is
a practical guide to navigating workplace
conflicts by better understanding the power
dynamics at play in every interaction.
The Leap: The Science of Trust and
Why It Matters by Ulrich Boser (Sept. 16,
hardcover, $26, ISBN 978-0-54426201-0)
explores how we and the institutions we
rely on have much to gain from emphasiz-
ing and rebuilding trust.
Seven Bad Ideas: How Mainstream
Economists Have Damaged America
and the World by Jeff Madrick (Sept.
30, hardcover, $26.95, ISBN 978-0-307-
96118-1). In his latest book, Madrick,
author of the bestselling Age of Greed,
makes a comprehensive case against pre-
vailing mainstream economic thinking,
illustrating how it has damaged markets,
infrastructure, and individual livelihoods.
Think and Grow Digital: What the
Net Generation Needs to Know to Sur-
vive and Thrive in Any Organization
by Joris Merks-Benjaminsen (Dec. 19,
paper, $24, ISBN 978-0-07-183536-7). A
Google executive shows millennials how
to excel in a corporate environment still
dominated by an older generation, while
remaining true to their personal values.
Think Big, Start Small, Move Fast: A
Blueprint for Transformation from the
Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation by
Nicholas LaRusso, Barbara Spurrier, and
Gianrico Farrugia (Sept. 19, hardcover,
$30, ISBN 978-0-07-183866-5) contains
proven lessons from the Mayo Clinic, one of
the world’s most successful organizations,
that business leaders can use to drive innovation in their own companies.
The Courage to Take Command: Leadership Lessons from a Military Trailblazer
by Jill Morgenthaler (Nov. 7, hardcover,
$25, ISBN 978-0-07-183494-0). A female
colonel in the U.S. Army shares unique and
powerful leadership lessons to help business
professionals at any level overcome obstacles
to forge their own path to success.