Why Some Companies Make the Leap

Guidelines for reaction papers
Management 301 Fall 2021
 
The reaction papers are intended for you to read management classics and articles that inspire deeper thought.
 
Here are the books and articles to read:
 
Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Dont. (Jim C. Collins, 2001)
Mindset: The New Psychology of Success. (Carol Dweck, 2007)
Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work. (Chip Heath and Dan Heath, 2013)
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable. (Patrick Lencioni, 2002)
The Psychology of White-Collar Criminals. (Eugene Soltes, The Atlantic, December 14, 2016) posted in Canvas.
#MeToo Hasnt Fixed the Workplace. Heres A Playbook That Can. (Gillian Thomas, The Washington Post, November 29, 2018) posted in Canvas.

Check with a librarian regarding availability of these books on reserve at the Penn State Abington library. You may also wish to purchase these books from an online bookseller. A quick check indicates that there are many inexpensive used copies readily available.
 
For each paper, read the book or article and write a one-page paper that fully answers these questions:
 

What is the main premise of the book or article?
Do you agree with the premise? Why or why not?
Would you recommend this book to another business student?

 
Spelling, punctuation, grammar, and professional expression will be important for these papers.
 
All papers are due in the course Canvas drop box that has been set up for that paper by 11:59 PM on the due date listed in the syllabus. No late papers will be accepted, unless there are extenuating circumstances that must be discussed with me at or before the time the paper is due.
 
Grades will be posted in Canvas.
 
You may find a question in an exam pertaining to the concepts covered in these books and articles.
 
 

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