Management & Leadership

Everyone who has worked a day in his or her life in a team of at least two persons knows that handling human interaction is vital in any business. And that’s why most entrepreneurs recommend at least one or two management and leadership books both for dealing with specific issues or for finding out issues that you never knew were there. And we have listed dozens from where to choose you’re next read.

Creativity Rules: Ge...

by Tina Seelig

Making Ideas Happen:...

by Scott Belsky

Designing Organizati...

by Jay R. Galbraith

The Wisdom of Teams:...

by Douglas Smith, Jon Katzenbach

Built to Change: How...

by Edward E. Lawler, Chris Worley

Appreciative Inquiry...

by David Cooperrider, Diana D. Whitney

Process Consultation...

by Edgar H. Schein

The Opposable Mind: ...

by Roger L. Martin

Living the 80/20 Way...

by Richard Koch

The Toyota Way to Le...

by Jeffrey K. Liker, Gary L. Convis

Pre-Suasion: A Revol...

by Robert B. Cialdini

Virtual Freedom: How...

by Chris Ducker

Running with the Gia...

by John C. Maxwell

Secrets of Power Neg...

by Roger Dawson

Lead Yourself First:...

by Raymond M. Kethledge, Michael S. Erwin

From Impossible To I...

by Aaron Ross, Jason Lemkin

Jobs to Be Done: A R...

by Stephen Wunker, Jessica Wattman, David Farber

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