Book Club

Best Practices Executive Book Club

Since 2007, our Best Practices Executive Book Club has provided business leaders with an opportunity to discuss some of the leading business books of our time, from classics like Good to Great by Jim Collins, to contemporary best-sellers like Shoe Dog, Phil Knight’s fascinating story of the history of Nike, and Ashlee Vance’s compelling biography of Elon Musk

These breakfast meetings offer a casual and friendly forum to explore contemporary business issues and challenges, and to exchange ideas and information with others.

Upcoming Executive Book Club Breakfast
592522Our next Executive Book Club breakfast will be held on Thursday, April 25, 2019, when we’ll discuss Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts, the New York Times bestseller by Brene Brown.

To register for the April 25th breakfast, click here

Upcoming Executive Book Club Dates
Here are the dates for our breakfasts in 2019:

  • May 23
  • September 12
  • October 10
  • November 14
  • December 19

Location
Our Executive Book Club breakfasts are held in the restaurant at the Dedham Hilton Hotel in Dedham, MA. The hotel is conveniently located off of Route 128 on the Dedham/Westwood line.

Fees
Participation in the Executive Book Club is free to current members of the Best Practices Boards program. Non-members can attend any individual breakfast meeting for just $35, which includes a buffet breakfast. Group rates available on request.

Past Readings
A complete list of book titles discussed in the Executive Book Club program from 2007 to the present is available here.

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