The 99 Best Business Books [list] @davidmerzel BLOG


Here-below, an interesting recommended reading list of 99 BOOKS, by Josh Kaufman.

I would add following great books that I personally enjoy reading :

    • The Dip, by Seth Godin
    • Switch, by Chip and Dan Heath
    • One Minute Manager, by Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson
    • So What ? by Marc Magnacca
    • Good to Great, by Jim Collins
    • The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, by Stephen R. Covey
    • Our Iceberg is smelting, by John Kotter
    • Purple Cow, by Seth Godin
    • Enchantment, by Guy Kawasaki
    • The Top distinctions between Winners and Whiners, by Keith Cameron Smith
    • The Leadership Pill by Ken Blanchard, Marc Muchnick
    • FISH!, byStephen C. Lundin, Harry Paul, John Christensen
    • I forget to mention some … 

Do you see other books missing in this list ?

Still some books to read …I will put some of them on my shopping list.

The other option is to read The Personal MBA: Master the Art of Business (Josh Kaufman) which is supposed to summarize the the most important concepts in business .

The full list of the 99 books here-below

Productivity & Effectiveness

The Human Mind

Communication

Influence

Decision-Making

Creativity & Innovation

Project Management

Opportunity Identification

Entrepreneurship

Value-Creation & Design

Marketing

Sales

Value-Delivery

Negotiation

Management

Leadership

Finance & Accounting

Systems

Analysis

Statistics

Corporate Skills

Corporate Strategy

Consulting

Personal Finance

Personal Development

 

Source : http://personalmba.com/best-business-books/

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10 thoughts on “The 99 Best Business Books [list] @davidmerzel BLOG

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  2. Hi, thanks a lot for the lisit has some excellent insights for corporate managers.

    I also enjoyed Scott Berkun’s “The myths of innovation”

      • It’s not a business book but it’s related, “The Mind Gym : Give Me Time” . It talks about how to manage our time to avoid the typical “I don’t have enough time” situations.

  3. Newspapers with their reviews help books and they maintain a special channel of communication care in my opinion.I would strongly recommend Winning by Jack Welch and Suzy Welch. If you judge books by class and content, Jack Welch’s Winning certainly grabs your attention. Powerful testimonials on the back come from none other than the superbly talented Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, Rudy Giuliani, and Tom Brokaw, and other praise comes from Fortune, Business Week, and Financial Times. As the legendary retired CEO of General Electric, Jack Welch has won many friends and admirers in high places. In this latest book, he strives to show why. Winning describes the management wisdom that Welch built up through four and a half decades of work at GE, as he transformed the industrial giant from a sleepy “Old Economy” company with a market capitalization of some $4 billion to a new dynamic giant one worth nearly half a trillion dollars.
    Regards,
    DINESH R MAKWANA (DREAMWORDS AND INORBITS)

  4. Awesome list David! I’ve only read 5 business books from the list during the last two years. Tribes is one of my favourite. Considering to buy Your Money or Your Life after reading some of your book review 😉

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