Trista Harris is three weeks into her new job as the head of the Minnesota Council on Foundations, so she’s reading “The First 90 Days.”
Bill George tries to read books that rethink business. He said “Conscious Capitalism,” by the founder of Whole Foods, John Mackey, gets it right:
George also mentioned “Leadership and the Art of Struggle.”
Lou Bellamy is reading “Penumbra: The Premier Stage for African American Drama.” He said it’s interesting to see what other people think his theater company has accomplished. He also called “Augie’s Secrets,” about the gangsters and demimonde of Hennepin Avenue in the 1930s, a hoot.