Searching for 'blue ocean strategy'
There has been a lot of talk on the business book scene that I thought I should direct you to. Robert Scoble thinks most business books suck. Obviously, I am a little partial to the subject, but I think walking into a bookstore and deciding what you are going to read based on what is on the shelves is a bit like walking into a grocery store and deciding what to eat based on what is on their shelves.
It's the time of year for reflecting on 2005 while starting to create that list of new year's resolutions. This month for Jack Covert Selects, I looked over all of the reviews written during the year and chose my top six reviews. These are the best of the best books for 2005.
I know you've ALL been waiting to see which books from our TOP 25 books last month are now available on CD. . .
This week, we are giving away the eight books on our 2017 Business Book Awards shortlist.
These are the eight books, which we deemed to be at the top in their category in 2017, remaining in the running to win this year's 800-CEO-READ Business Book Award.
Our general manager Sally Haldorson takes a look inside the best books 2018 has to offer on leadership and strategy.
A lover of maps from an early age, Parag Khanna talks about how to view and navigate the world "when both the 'death of globalization' and the 'age of hyper-globalization' are heralded with equal confidence."
Scott Galloway tells the story of the four technology companies dominating the economy and world today, providing lessons on each that entertain, inform, and may cause some alarm.
20 books we're looking forward to getting to know a little better in the month of March.