The list author says: "I am an avid reader and author of the upcoming book "CEO Learnings:Essentials for Entrepreneurs in Medical Technology." I have provided a list of books that I have read and reviewed. I believe that these books will be helpful to those involved in company creation and/or in the leadership know-how it requires."
"I loved it! Tony Hsieh has written the best book yet for entrepreneurs wanting to disrupt the status quo. Hsieh, in his highly acclaimed best seller “Delivering Happiness” humbly describes the true, unvarnished start-up experience - the ups and downs, the twists and turns, the wins and the losses, and the sacrifices - and the personal transformation that came with it."
"Must read for any entrepreneur or new venture capitalist. Insights on what makes for an exceptionally successful entrepreneur and venture capitalist - know-how, judgment, the ability to embrace uncertainty, and management of technical risk."
"An excellent book for the entrepreneur! This monograph better describes what is necessary for a start-up than Collin's first work, "Good to Great." The latter is better suited for companies that are beyond the development stage."
"A must for any entrepreneur written by one of the industry's experts. The pitch is a start-up's most critical communication tool. If you do not get this right, you will never get any traction in funding, recruiting, or revenues."
"The most important decisions are those involving people. Dotlich et al describes the the element of courage (based on values)which is essential to leadership. The "Head and the Heart" have previously garnered all the attention in books on leadership. But there is more..."