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Summer Reading

Our friends over at UBC Library’s Small Business Accelerator are tweeting summer reading recommendations, using the hashtag #sbalibrary.

We’ve been inspired! Here are some of those business books that are available in the OC Library:

Thinking fast and slow / Daniel Kahneman thinkingfast

How to fly a horse : the secret history of creation, invention, and discovery / Kevin Ashton flyhorse

Unfinished business : women, men, work, family / Anne-Marie Slaughter

The misfit economy : lessons in creativity from pirates, hackers, gangsters, and other informal entrepreneurs / Alexa Clay, Kyra Maya Phillips

Losing the signal : the untold story behind the extraordinary rise and spectacular fall of Blackberry / Jacquie McNish, Sean Silcoff

More books at the library that were recommended in summer reading lists from Forbes and The Atlantic:

David and Goliath : underdogs, misfits, and the art of battling giants / Malcolm Gladwell

 icarusThe Icarus deception : how high will you fly? / Seth Godin

The advantage : why organizational health trumps everything else in business / Patrick Lencioni

Dark money : the hidden history of the billionaires behind the rise of the radical right / Jane Mayer

And for even more summer reading lists, see the recent post by OC Library News.

Now go grab a book, pack a beach bag and get out there and read! [*or, grab a book and find a nook in your local coffee shop, if thunderstorms are threatening your beach reading]







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