Bloomberg Businessweek recently asked professors at top business schools to share their recommendations for reading materials that will help undergraduate business and MBA students prepare for the school year - and beyond. The lists professors wrote included everything from literature to grammar manuals, all with the purpose of broadening the student’s horizons and better understanding the world they will enter after graduation. There were too many titles to mention in the feature story, so this blog highlights some of the other books that sounded too interesting or practical to pass up. Here’s a roundup of other books on the summer reading list for business students and the reasons professors included them, according to their e-mailed responses:
How to Write a Sentence and How to Read One (Harper, January 2011) by
"Fish offers a sensible and easy-to-read explanation of how effective self-expression begins not with paragraphs or large ideas, but with the composition of a single sentence," writes James S. O'Rourke, IV, concurrent professor of management at University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business.
To read the entire article and listing of books visit: More Summer Reading for Business Students