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Project Type: THE Bibliography

There are business books that you probably have already in your library. However, there are millions of must read books that you may never have heard of. This is a bibliography of my favourite business books. If you click on the image it will take you to Amazon for more information.

The Attention Economy by Davenport & Beck

The problem of information overload has a serious impact on economics.  In their book, The Attention Economy, Davenport & Beck speculate that attention will replace finance as the focus of […]

Bill Gates’ Favourites

 Bill Gates’ Favourites … This flashed up in my social media trawl this weekend. I now want to do several things: Spend all day reading it Spend all day reading […]

Rework by Fried and Heinemeier Hansson

There are 88 insights or tips from the authors of Rework by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson.  These are just 15 but they are our favourites Embrace constraints – […]

Sur/petition by Edward de Bono

Edward de Bono asserts that complacency sets in when things seem normal to you because you are used to them.  In business there are four types. Comfortable Complacency It creeps […]

Just Listen – Mark Goulston

Discover the Secrets to Getting Through to Absolutely Anyone A summary of Mark Goulston’s book Just Listen by Jan Smit Co-Founder of Business Book Academy. Discover how you can apply […]

The E-Myth Revisited by Michael E Gerber

Exploring the E-myth – (E stands for Entrepreneurial) Many of us have started our own business enthused about the concept of “working for ourselves” lured often misguidedly by perceived freedom to do […]

Six Thinking Hats by Edward de Bono

I was introduced to the concept of Edward de Bono’s six thinking hats about 15 years ago.  A training company had done a three day senior management course on leadership […]

Words That Work by Frank Luntz

It’s not what you say it’s what people hear that’s important.   There are six re words that are incredibly powerful; because they take the best elements or ideas from […]

The Joy of Winning – Michael Beer

Published in 1990, this book is advertised as a completely different look on how to be successful.  Whilst Michael Beer’s The Joy of Winning is not exactly that different, he […]

The Impact Code by Nigel Risner

I have loved other books by Nigel Risner, having found them having a completely innovative and unusual take on their subject matter.  The Impact Code however, was unlike any other of […]