Reading The Discipline of Market Leaders: Choose your Customers, Narrow your Focus, Dominate your Market, by Michael Treacy and Fred Wieseman. It's about restructuring your company.

She works for the company that rates companies for Fortune 500 as "best places to work." She said that, surprisingly, it's not "the perfect benefit package" that makes a company a good place to work--it's communication and trust. They evaluate these intangibles (in addition to perfect benefit packages) by analyzing company policies and, of course, surveying and interviewing employees.

She's about to pick up The Kitchen God's Wife, by Amy Tan and read it again. She read it seven years ago and really liked it.

Her favorite book of all time--The Time Traveler's Wife, by Audrey Niffenegger. She found the narrative structure, where the characters intervene and intersect with each other throughout the novel, intense and enjoyable.