Daniel H. Pink, Andrew McAfee, and Erik Brynjolffson have been recognized as among the world’s top 50 management thinkers by Thinkers50. Click the image above to view the full list.
Titles from three ICM/Sagalyn authors have been selected by Amazon as Best Books of 2015. SAVING CAPITALISM, by Robert Reich, is a best book in Business & Investing; ONCE IN A GREAT CITY, by David Maraniss, and THE GREAT LEADER AND THE FIGHTER PILOT, by Blaine Harden, are best books in History; and THE GREAT … [Read More]
David Maraniss and Marketplace‘s Kai Ryssdal ventured out to take a first-hand look at Detroit and talk about the city’s decline. Click the image above to listen to their conversation.
Peter Finna and Petra Couvée’s inside history of Dr. Zhivago and its use as an ideological weapon was reviewed by one of its central subjects: the CIA itself. They call it “an excellent story” that “[sheds] light on a relatively unknown Cold War intelligence effort.”
Influx, by Daniel Suarez, has won the 2015 Prometheus Award. The Prometheus awards honor outstanding science fiction that explores the possibilities of a free future, champions human rights (including personal and economic liberty), dramatizes the perennial conflict between individuals and coercive governments, or critiques the tragic consequences of abuse of power.
Two ICM/Sagalyn authors, Eric Liu and Robert Putnam, are speakers at the 2015 Aspen Ideas Festival. Click the image above to hear Liu speak on another ICM/Sagalyn author, E.D. Hirsch, in his talk What Every American Should Know.
Timothy Shriver’s Fully Alive: Discovering What Matters Most won a Christopher Award, presented to authors, artists, and directors whose work “affirms the highest values of the human spirit.” View the citation at the Christopher Awards Website.
In this remarkable feat of longform journalism, Ronen Bergman takes us inside Mossad as they handle a spy, groomed for over 20 years, in a high-ranking position of Syrian military leadership—but false intel leads Israel and Syria twice to the brink of war.
Reviewers are calling Our Kids author Robert Putnam the “poet laureate of civil society” (New York Times Sunday Book Review) and “an Old Testament prophet with charts” (Washington Post Wonkblog). Both features recommend the book.