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    • Ian J. Morrison interview, 1996

    • Organizational change - Management
    • Ian J. Morrison discusses his book, “The Second Curve.” He begins by explaining that the book took 4 months to write and predicts what can be done for companies in the future. He compares Walmart and Kmart and says that Walmart did a better job...
    • Joseph Finder interview

    • Business intelligence - Fiction; Success in business - Fiction; Corporate culture - Fiction; Commercial crimes - Fiction; Deception - Fiction
    • Joseph Finder discusses his book, “Paranoia.” He begins by discussing the research he did into competition amongst American technology companies and how there is more espionage going on between these companies today then there was during the Cold...
    • Michael Shnayerson interview

    • General Motors Corporation - History; EV1 automobile
    • Michael Shnayerson discusses his book, “The Car That Could.” He begins by explaining the beginning of the electric vehicle manufactured by General Motors. He talks about how GM influenced other car companies to make vehicles that did not rely on...
    • J. Robert Beyster interview, 2008

    • Science Applications International Corporation; High technology industries - Management; High technology industries - United States; Employee ownership - United States; Engineering firms - United States - History
    • J. Robert Beyster discusses his book, “The SAIC Solution.” He begins by explaining that he was a nuclear physicist who started the employee-owned Science Applications International Corporation. The business allowed PhD scientists to do research...
    • Harold J. Leavitt interview, 2004 December

    • Management; Hierarchies; Executive ability; Employee empowerment; Organizational effectiveness
    • Harold J. Leavitt discusses his book, “Top Down.” He begins by explaining that he is a professor at the Stanford Business School. He says that this book was written for a middle manager who leads other people but who still answers to a higher...
    • Jean Lipman-Blumen interview, 1996 September

    • Leadership; Interpersonal communication; Interorganizational relations
    • Jean Lipman-Blumen discusses her book, “The Connective Edge.” She begins by explaining how technology and nuclear weapons have changed the way people look at leadership. She talks about how building temporary coalitions with others can be an...
    • Samuel Shem interview, 1997

    • Psychiatrists - Fiction; Psychiatric hospitals - Fiction; New England - Fiction
    • Samuel Shem discusses his book, Mount Misery, an exposé which explores one doctor’s-Roy Bash, the protagonist from Shem’s first novel-experience, as a doctor-in-training, at a psychiatry hospital. Shem recounts how his protagonist, Roy Bash,...
    • Mary O'Hara-Devereaux interview, 2005

    • Twenty-first century - Forecasts; Social change - Forecasting; Civilization, Modern - 1950 - Forecasting; Social institutions - Forecasting; Information society - Forecasting; High technology - Social aspects - Forecasting; Technological...
    • Nancy O'Hara-Devereaux discusses her book, "Navigating the Badlands: Thriving in the Decade of Radical Transformation." The book is about the current global economy and where it is going and the use of past and current business techniques. She...
    • William Knoke interview, 1996

    • Twenty-first century - Forecasts
    • William Knoke discusses his book, “Bold New World.” He begins by explaining that his book is about how life and customs will change in the 20th century. He says that economic, social, romantic, educational, and governmental rules will become...
    • Russell Andrews interview, 2004 February

    • Police - New York (State) - Long Island - Fiction; Serial murders - Fiction; Long Island (N.Y.) - Fiction
    • Russell and Connie begin the discussion talking about the plot and characters in Russell’s thriller about the murder of a young female journalist, that draws Russell’s protagonist, a small-town Long Island cop, into a dangerous investigation that...
    • Francesca Delbanco interview, 2004

    • Women theatrical producers and directors - Fiction; Theatrical companies - Fiction; Advice columnists - Fiction; Middle-aged men - Fiction; Young women - Fiction; Theater - Fiction; East Village (New York, N.Y.) - Fiction
    • Francesca Delbanco discusses her novel, “Ask Me Anything.” She begins by explaining that her book is about a young girl who moves to New York City and writes a teen advice column. Her character gives bad romance advice because her relationships...
    • Daniel Yergin interview, 1991 January 15

    • Petroleum industry and trade - Political aspects - History - 20th century; Petroleum industry and trade - Military aspects - History - 20th century; World War, 1914-1918 - Causes; World War, 1939-1945 - Causes; World politics - 20th century
    • Daniel Yergin discusses his book, “The Prize.” He begins by explaining that his book follows the price of oil commodities beginning in the 1850s. He talks about how the United States was the primary producer of oil during World War II. He...
    • Peter Meyer interview, 2002

    • New products; Marketing; Creative ability in business
    • Peter Meyer discusses his book, “Creating and Dominating New Markets.” He begins by talking about which kinds of economies are best for finding new markets and how a business can improve a market with the introduction of their product. Meyer says...
    • Mollie Gregory interview, 2002

    • Women motion picture producers and directors - United States - Biography
    • Mollie Gregory discusses her biography, “Women Who Run the Show.” She begins by talking about her own personal background working in the film industry in Hollywood and how she wrote for comedies, documentaries, and television shows in the 1970s. ...
    • Gary Hamel interview, 1994

    • Competition; Business planning; Competition, International
    • Gary Hamel discusses his book, “Competing for the Future,” co-authored with C.K. Prahalad. Martinson begins by saying that company restructuring means job loss. Hamel goes on to say that companies are getting thin, but are not healthy, and that...
    • Mark Haskell Smith interview

    • Family - owned business enterprises - Fiction; Caterers and catering - Fiction; Murder for hire - Fiction; Cooking - Fiction; Cooks - Fiction; Honolulu (Hawaii) - Fiction
    • Mark Haskell Smith discusses his book, “Delicious.” He begins by explaining that in Hawaii companies often form monopolies and that his book is actually based on a true story in which a company from the Midwest tried to move in on a Hawaiian...
    • Frank Rose interview

    • William Morris Agency - History; Theatrical agencies - United States - History; Performing arts - United States - History - 20th century
    • Frank Rose discusses his book, “The Agency.” He begins by explaining how the William Morris Agency was one of the largest and most prominent acting agencies in Hollywood. He describes how a young man William Morris started the acting agency...
    • Harlan Steinbaum interview, 2011

    • Decision making; Leadership
    • Harlan Steinbaum discusses his book, “Tough Calls from the Corner Office.” He begins by explaining that his book is a compilation of stories that CEOs would define as their best moments. He talks about his own tale of merging into a publically...
    • Peter J. Dekom interview, 2004 January

    • Mass media and technology; Internet entertainment industry
    • Peter J. Dekom discusses his book, “Not On My Watch.” He begins by explaining how Hollywood and other entertainment industries are handling illegal downloading and streaming on the Internet. He talks about iTunes and TiVo and how companies are...
    • James B. Stewart interview, 1991 November

    • Insider trading in securities - United States; Investment banking - Corrupt practices - United States
    • James B. Stewart discusses his book, “Den of Thieves.” He begins by explaining that his book is a non-fiction account of insider trading at a Venezuelan office of Merrill Lynch. He talks about a man named ‘Mr. Diamond’ who stole millions of...

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