Best Business Books Of All Time: Take time and think about some of the most successful people. Summer may be over, but don’t you dare get rid of your reading list just yet. There are hundreds of thousands of books about business available today, which can make it hard to cut through the noise to find those that actually provide actionable advice. Here are 10 amazing business books that will inspire, motivate, and offer priceless advice for the business leader, entrepreneur, or hopeful business owner for an upcoming year.
Best Business Books List
The Lean Startup- by Eric Ries
It’s an unfortunate fact that 80 % of startups fail, but Eric Ries believes that lots of them don’t have to. When writing, he considers that a majority of failed companies don’t have the excess time, manpower or money to complete extensive A/B testing and other market research strategies — so he gives advice about how to reduce product development cycles, find out what customers really want, and adapt to the marketplace before resources run out.back to menu ↑
This Changes Everything- by Naomi Klein
This powerful and profound book explore how we need to make changes to the current economic situation in order to save the planet.
Outliers: The Story of Success- by Malcolm Gladwell
selling author Malcolm Gladwell suggests we should stop paying attention to what successful person are, and pay more attention to where they came from. By examining everyone from Mozart to Bill Gates, Gladwell argues that every successful person are not lucky, they “rise on a tide of advantages.”back to menu ↑
The Intel Trinity- by Michael S. Malone
Through extensive and unprecedented access to Intel’s archives, Malone describes how explain of all vital members of Intel brought various skills and talents to the company to make it the giant it’s today.back to menu ↑
How We Got to Now- by Steven Johnson
This fascinating book takes a look at how innovation has changed our world. Maybe the most intriguing is how Johnson can relate seemingly unrelated inventions – such as the invention of air conditioning – to the largest migration of humans in history.back to menu ↑
Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future- by Peter Thiel with Blake Masters
While this is intended for entrepreneurs, this book has info useful for anyone in the business world. It gives practical and original advice for anyone starting a business – all in under 200 pages.back to menu ↑
Economics: The User’s Guide- by Ha-Joon Chang
Written by Cambridge University economist professor Ha-Joon Chang, this book beats the history and real-world applications of the real-world economy in a lively and easy-to-understand context.back to menu ↑
Focal Point- by Brian Tracy
Sounds simple in theory, but this can be extremely difficult in practice. This book offers tips to help build discipline and organization into your day so you can get more stuff done.back to menu ↑
Magic of Thinking Big- by David Schwartz
If you’ve struggled with procrastination or small thinking, this is the book for you. In it David gives practical advice that can help you get inspired and motivated to create a bigger life for yourself.back to menu ↑
Smart Tribes: How Teams Become Brilliant Together- by Christine Comaford
By using neuroscience techniques, Christine will help you to figure out how to hire the right people for the right positions so you can build a company culture that motivates, inspires, and brings out The Best in team members.