From 800 CEO Read: Five years ago, Jack Covert and Todd Sattersten chose The 100 Best Business Books of All Time, reviewing each of their selections and giving them context in both the business and publishing worlds. Since then, thousands of new business books have been published, so they've updated and expanded the book with new, informative sidebars, a fresh introduction, and a closing manifesto. It is available now in both paperback and digital editions.
From strategy+business: Although they cover a wide variety of topics and fields, just about all of the books featured in the seven essays ahead are rife with dissatisfaction. Many of their authors have tracked down root causes of the destruction of economic value and prescribed radical solutions for them. Judging by the fact that the expert essayists we recruited to cull this year’s stack of business books chose these particular titles, it’s fair to assume that they too would welcome change that alters the status quo.
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From strategy+business: topics include innovation, strategy, biotech, capitalism, the entrepreneurs, behavioral theory, human capital, biography
From Fortune: Which companies have the best reputations? GE tops the list again this year, Starbucks and Toyota move up, and Apple cracks the top 10.
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