In this centennial year, the second book titled "Driving Change: The UPS Approach to Business" is out. This book has a similar style to "Big Brown" as it is fast-paced, easy to read and well written. Both books compliment each other extremely well. One book seems to pick up where the other leaves off and vice versa. "Big Brown" is strong on company history, especially in regards to Jim Casey, whereas "Driving Change" is more focused on the present day from the business side. "Driving Change" offers excellent summaries on issues such as international business development, UPS Airlines and Supply Chain Solutions. "Driving Change" is a great read if one is a UPS shareowner because it summarizes the nature of what UPS does in an integrated format. In short, one can clearly see the big picture from the company perspective. "Driving Change" is dedicated "To past and current UPS employees."