In this article we are going to read about 10 books that Jeff Bezos recommends.
Summer 1956 – Stevens, a butler at Darlington Hall decides to go on a trip around the West Country.
Greenberg offers the fundamentals of business – how a brand gets big then forgets about the fundamentals and fails to cope when times turn worse.
Sam Walton is the story of Walton and how he managed to build the largest retailer in the world, Walmart from just a small store.
This is a guidebook for the ones who are trying to build a brand and known name for themselves.
The story of Alex Rogo whose marriage and career is going downhill and he exactly has 90 days to save his plant or else it will be closed by corporate.
Fred Brooks guides anyone going through the turmoil of complex projects with a mix of thought-inducing opinions and software engineering facts.
Lean Thinking is a business classic in a more expanded, relevant, and the updated way by one of the most renowned management analysts.
Taleb gives us a detailed and profound thought that we were missing out as we tend to think we know a lot more than the knowledge we are familiar with.
This book gives us information on how to create lives. Lives in this book mean products, processes, and services that begin from our mindset.
The primary subject of The Innovator’s Dilemma is ‘disruptive technology. Christensen created a difference between sustaining technology and disruptive technology.