|One of the best strategy books I have read in a long time.||Classic book that gives the ins and outs of creating new markets.||The authors observe Gates, Grove and Jobs for more than two decades to figuring out five golden management rules|
|Companies need to break the internal barriers that often impede action.||A useful introduction to some of the key questions in strategy.||A collection of the ten most read articles that have been published by HBR on strategy.|
|This book is an excellent guide to anybody interested in learning how to optimize a company’s offerings to its maximum value in the eyes of the customer consistently.||.|
Finance & Economics
|Wonderful essay that lays.||This is a guide that demonstrate how to apply.
||Demos think-tank has produced a fascinating book.|
|There is no doubting that an awful lof of work went into researching and writing this 600 page book which sets out the history of Goldman Sachs. The book is interesting if you are thinking about doing a thesis on the subject.|
Companies & Biographies
|The man who “saved” IBM. A great read on leadership and corporate culture.||Well researched and well argued book, the title will give you a clear indication of where the author stands.
||Good, objective analysis of the growth and strategy of Amazon.|
|Reading this won’t get you out of going to class, but there are some good ideas. Fun and easy.||Oh my God ! Possibly the worst biography ever written!
||600 pages and excellent from start to finish. Learn about the man and his strategy.
|A Song in the Night sets out the life story of Mr.Massie. Read this book and if you ever get the chance, find out where Mr.Massie is speaking and go listen to him.|
|Oh dear! Not a good book. Read it, blink and you will have already forgotten the contents.||Excellent advice taken from Lorange’s business and academic career.||If you only ever read one personal development book in your life, read this.|
|Dr. Sheena Iyengar describes why some choices are so difficult take.||Philip Delves Broughton is critical of HBS omitting a sales course in MBA progra|