Enron Whistleblower Sherron Watkins' Book Picks

Sherron Watkins

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Kren Sachar

We continue our summer reading series with Sherron Watkins, better known as the Enron whistleblower. Since leaving the company, Watkins co-authored the book Power Failure: The Inside Story of the Collapse of Enron and travels around the world, speaking about management and business ethics. Here is a list of what she's been flipping through recently:

Managers Not MBAs, by Henry Mintzberg

The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency series, by Alexander McCall Smith

The Alienist and The Lessons of Terror, by Caleb Carr

The Debate on the Constitution, Bernard Bailyn

A History of God and Islam: A Short History, by Karen Armstrong

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