105 books (6 pages) in this category
by Fraser Doherty MBE
Fraser Doherty's 48-Hour Start-Up is your handy and essential cheat sheet to starting your own business giving the key steps for developing an idea and getting it to market quickly. Almost everyone dreams of starting their own business but very
Your shortcut to the most important ideas on capitalism, finance, and the global economy
by Tom Butler-Bowdon
Focus on What You Can Change (Ignore the Rest)
by Marc Effron
<p>"Do not try to change yourself," argues Peter Drucker in Managing Oneself . "You are unlikely to succeed. But work hard to improve the way you perform." This book takes that advice to heart and uses evidence-based methods to show how to act ...
by Edward O. Thorp
How to Succeed in the World's Next Big Growth Market
by Acha Leke
<p>Africa still lags far behind other regions on most key measures. But that's about to change. By 2025 spending by African consumers and businesses will exceed $5 trillion, and by 2035 Africa will have the world's largest urban population and a
Thinking Beyond Stage One
by Thomas Sowell
by Harvard Business Review Press
<p>Creating an authentic leadership style that aligns with your personal values and character can have a host of benefits. But in the face of uncertainty, conflict, and cultural expectations, many struggle to show their vulnerability while still
The 3 Imperatives for Becoming a Great Leader
by Linda A. Hill
<p><b>You never dreamed being the boss would be so hard. You're caught in a web of conflicting expectations from subordinates, your supervisor, peers, and customers.</b></p><p>You're not alone. As Harvard Business School's Linda Hill and manager
The Man Who Fooled Wall Street, Hollywood, and the World
by Bradley Hope
by Jason Schreier
The creative and technical logistics that go into building today's hottest games can be more fraught with challenges and complex than the games themselves, often seeming like an endless maze or a bottomless abyss. In Blood, Sweat, and Pixels, ...
Defy Industry Norms and Reinvigorate Your Business
by Freek Vermeulen
<p>Have you ever wondered why most newspapers are so large? Or why hotels still insist on having check-in desks? Ask anyone in these industries, and their answer will be the same: "That’s the way we’ve always done it."</p><p>'Best practices' may
The New Kind of Capitalism that Serves Humanity's Most Pressing Needs
by Muhammad Yunus
Managing Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability in the Age of Globalization
by Andrew Crane
The fourth edition of Business Ethics explores throughout the text, in the context of business ethics, the three major challenges that businesses face when making ethical decisions:· Globalization· Sustainability· Corporate ...
Not What You Think
by Ivan Misner
It's no surprise that communicating with the opposite sex can be tricky. Hidden in the glitches are often misleading assumptions about each gender that beg for help. Finally, help is here. Learn the secrets to accurately reading between the ...
Liberating the Heroic Spirit of Business
by John Mackey
<div><span style="line-height: 1.45em;">A </span><i style="line-height: 1.45em;">Wall Street Journal</i><span style="line-height: 1.45em;"> bestseller, </span><i style="line-height: 1.45em;">Conscious Capitalism</i><span style="line-height: ...
The New Rules of Breakthrough Collaboration
by Leigh Thompson
Think of your to-do list at work. Chances are the most important activities on that list require you to work with others to accomplish. And the success of those endeavors—whether you’re innovating a new product or implementing an important ...
Success Strategies from Women Who Break the Mold
by Patti Fletcher
<p><i>Disrupters</i> is the anti- <i>Lean In</i>. It's not about what women should do. It's not a preachy TEDTalk. It shows what different women business leaders have done to reach success as they define it, from board members to CEOs to ...
Why We Love (or Hate) Everyday Things
by Don Norman
by Entrepreneur Press
<p><p><i>Entrepreneur Voices on Strategic Management</i> provides a detailed look at the skills and strategies necessary to manage employees effectively at every level.</p><p>As a manager, you tend to walk a tightrope with executives on one
Making the Complex Simple
by Phil Ruthven
Analysis of things past tells us that the best is yet to come. Diet and health theories seem to change all the time, and can be confusing ??? but so do our everchanging economy, politics and lifestyles. What can, or should, we believe? At a time