The Braun Collection
Advancing business education through telling—and teaching—engaging business stories.
“You are on the cutting edge. This is GREAT for undergrads!”
Professor of Management, New York University
Professor of Entrepreneurship, Benedictine College
“This is a genius idea! You are on to something.”
Educator, IESE Business School
“Nearly 2/3rds of students surveyed felt that the True Business Adventure Tale provided superior information & experience than traditional lectures.”
Survey of Undergraduate Business Students at a Major University
The Braun Collection is a growing suite of True Business Adventure Tales, comic books, and conversation cards that intimately acquaint business enthusiasts with leaders across industries and geographies. Our action-packed tales and visual stories go deep fast to uncover the lives, backgrounds, obstacles, opportunities, and best and worst ideas of the decision-makers who have changed business. For coaches and educators, our products include teaching tools such as teaching notes, presentations, video shorts, and LIVE VIDEO VISITS with authors and subjects of the books and comic books.
Readers of our books, comic books, and BizBios learn to synthesize and summarize key patterns of business executives, develop and support arguments on a variety of business topics, and show curiosity about the decisions made and not made by CEOs.
In short, Braun Collection books, comic books, and conversation cards show decision-making as it is applied in practice by an executive across an organization throughout a career. They’re also acclaimed by literary critics, rated 5-star by readers and others, beloved by business enthusiasts, and business bestsellers on Amazon.
Contact us to start using our affordable storytelling materials in your classroom.
Many of our products are also available at the Case Centre. Click here if you prefer to purchase our products through the Case Centre.
Donors enable us to offer our materials and guest lectures to educators for free. Leading philanthropists include Lanham Napier, John Haugh, and Michael Shaughnessy. We appreciate these business leaders’ commitment to advancing education through business story telling.