BKpedia offers multi-device access to the best ideas in organizational change, leadership, management, and professional development.
Berrett-Koehler’s new digital subscription service, BKpedia, gives immediate, multi-device access to our own publications and to content from our partners, including AMACOM, The Center For Creative Leadership, New World Library, Beacon Press, FranklinCovey, Morgan James Publishing, Good Jobs First, and the Democracy Collaborative.
Expert curators have organized hundreds of books into these thematic collections, which are designed to allow subscribers to access content on specific topics quickly and easily:
These collections are updated regularly with new content. Many entries also include author-contact information allowing subscribers to arrange anything from an email exchange to a live presentation with these authors.
Anchored by Berrett-Koehler’s seminal publications on organizational change and innovation, this collection provides the best information available on methods for helping organizations diagnose what changes are needed, as well as plan and implement new change initiatives.
This collection builds and expands on Berrett-Koehler’s legacy of publishing cutting-edge leadership books, offering unique perspectives from BK and other content providers on topics such as collaborative leadership, new business models, strategic planning, team building, accountability, talent development, ethics, sustainability, and many others.
CURATOR: ELAINE BIECH
Spanning the theoretical to the very practical, this collection provides insight on developing and honing the mindsets, strategies, and skills needed to operate effectively in today’s fast-paced global marketplace. It encompasses the multi-faceted dimensions of personal development and effectiveness, including time management, goal setting, coaching, networking, charting career paths, understanding and working with diverse personality styles, coping with stress, and much more. Click Here To View The Collection.
CURATOR: MAREN SHOWKEIR
This pioneering collection focuses on economic fairness—how the economy impacts the well-being of communities and how economic outcomes are distributed. It contains extensive literature on how to define and measure fairness and moral frameworks for justice in the economic realm. The collection is explicitly international and includes a vast array of materials that represent diverse operational perspectives and diverse normative frameworks for justice. It is a definitive resource for scholars, professionals, policy-makers, and activists. Click Here To View The Collection.
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