The prospect of reading and doing a book review about business writing did not score highly on my to-do list. And when I turned to part 1 to see the title with each word capitalized I was even less excited (sorry Robert, I’m an FT Style Guide kinda girl). So I was pleasantly surprised to
Richard Simpson, a Director at STEM-focused PR agency Six Degrees offers us his book review. Perhaps the most rewarding take-away from any good business book is that it prompts you to make some changes – changes for the better. It forces you to ask questions about yourself and re-evaluate the organisation in which you work. This
This blog post was written by Jennifer Janson, founder of my Business Book club and owner of Six Degrees. A couple of years ago we set up a book club in our business. The concept was really simple – as a group, we’d choose a book (related to business in some way), then meet to discuss
Welcome to My Business Book Club! We are very excited to be launching the site today. As you’ll see, we want this to be a social place where everyone from the CEO to the intern can get involved. And we have plenty of resources to help you set up your own business book club –
Not sure how to start your book club discussions? Break the ice with the following general questions, useful for any book: 1. What didn’t you like about the book? 2. What did you like about the book?