March 11, 2005
News & Opinion: Books People Like
Rob May likes Brand Hijack.
John Moore likes The One Thing You Need To You.
Mary Trigiani likes Blue Ocean Strategy.
Mike Smock likes Hardball.
NEWS & OPINION: getAbstract's Best Books of 2005
By 800-CEO-READ, published December 9, 2005, at 2:44 PM – Filed under: Management & Workplace Culture
getAbstract has a list of their favorite business books for 2005: Irrational Exuberance by Robert Schiller Scenarios by Kees van der Heijden The One Thing You Need to Know by Marcus Buckingham The World Is Flat by Thomas Friedman Blue Ocean Strategy by Renee Mauborgne and W. Chan Kim The People's Tycoon by Steven Watts And the Money Kept Rolling In (and Out) by Paul Bluestein Winners Never Cheat by Jon Huntsman The German Economy by Horst Siebert Wedding of the Waters by Peter Bernstein Icon Steve Jobs by Jeffery Young and William Simon Brand Hijack by Alex Wipperfurth How to Grow Leaders by John Adair Trillion-Dollar Moms by Bonnie W.
NEWS & OPINION: Strategy+Business' Best Business Books of 2005
By 800-CEO-READ, published December 30, 2005, at 2:23 PM – Filed under: Leadership & Strategy, Marketing & Sales, Personal Development & Human Behavior
Strategy+Business publishes a great business book list every year. You can look back at the 2003 and 2004 lists to see what I am talking about. I am going to give you rundown on categories and the books in each.
NEWS & OPINION: 800-CEO-READ's Best Selling Books of 2005
By 800-CEO-READ, published December 7, 2005, at 2:47 PM – Filed under: Management & Workplace Culture
Here is the list of our top 25 bestselling business books for 2005. They include diverse subject matters, everything from learning how to become a real estate investor to how to treat your customers better. Blue Ocean Strategy, by Chan Kim and Rene Mauborgne The 7 Irrefutable Rules of Small Business, by Steven S.
NEWS & OPINION: The Thinkers50
By 800-CEO-READ, published November 22, 2011, at 2:41 AM – Filed under: Leadership & Strategy
Congratulations are in order for friend of the company Marshall Goldsmith, one of the really good guys in this business, on winning the 2011 Thinkers50 Leadership Award as the World’s Most-Influential Leadership Thinker. Now sponsored by the Harvard Business Review, The Thinkers50 is a decade-old, biannual global ranking of management thinkers that uses ten criteria to rank thinkers: originality of ideas; practicality of ideas; presentation style; written communication; loyalty of followers; business sense; international outlook; rigor of research; impact of ideas and the elusive guru factor. Goldsmith has all of those qualities in spades, ranked number seven on the overall Thinkers50 list and was certainly deserving of the award in Leadership he took home.
NEWS & OPINION: A glaring gap in the list
By 800-CEO-READ, published May 6, 2008, at 2:25 PM – Filed under: Leadership & Strategy
There's a post up on the WSJ's Independent Street Blog pointing out that the Journal's list of the top most influential business thinkers does not include a single woman. The author, Wendy Bounds, poses these questions: Why do you think there aren't more influential women business thinkers on today's list? How can this change?