The Watch List is a new department in which we identify potentially viral new products, services and companies emanating from the Wharton community. In this case, we highlight new books authored by alumni.


EmotionINtell Emotional Intelligence

Rupert A. Hayles, WG’94, explores the connection between emotional wellness and spiritual development.






Oak Tree Capital / LAThe Most Important Thing Illuminated

Howard Marks, W’67, expands upon his previous book The Most Important Thing: Uncommon Sense for the Thoughtful Investor.






Norton bookThe Executive’s Guide to Financial Management

Dewey Norton, C’67, G’71, WG’71, writes about the future trends of financial management and how firms can ride them.






Gray profile picQuantitative Value

What happens when you combine two different methods of investing, value and quantitative? Drexel Professor Wesley R. Gray, W’02, and Tobias E. Carlisle explain.






9781118378328 cover.inddLeadership Conversations

Alan S. Berson, W’75, WG’78, and Richard G. Stieglitz detail four important results of “leadership conversations.”






RanierihighresHow Can I Help?

If you are ever in the position to help friends, colleagues and family members through times of trouble, this guide by Anna Ranieri, WG’80, and Joe Gurkoff is for you.






WTM CoverWinning the Minds

The subtitle of this book by Francisco Martin-Rayo, C’06, W’06, is Travels Through the Terrorist Recruiting Grounds of Yemen, Pakistan and the Somali border.



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