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*Starred Review* Unbelievably, over 10,000 business books are published each year, creating a dizzying array of choices for the budding entrepreneur or executive manager seeking solutions. In some circles, the genre may have a reputation for being dull, but the best written have much to offer to a wider audience. A great business book can encompass inspirational writing, biography, engaging narratives, even mystery and suspense. Covert and Sattersten operate 800-CEO-READ, a specialty business-book retailer. Out of the countless business books they have read every year for a quarter century, they have culled 100 of the best and presented them in review format. Of course, you get the classics, like How to Win Friends and Influence People, by Dale Carnegie (1936), and The HP Way, by David Packard (1995), but you also get the whimsical (Oh, the Places You’ll Go, by Dr. Seuss, 1990); historical (Never Give In, speeches by Winston Churchill, 2003); artistic (The Creative Habit, by Twyla Tharp, 2003); and philosophical (The Monk and the Riddle, by Komisar and Lineback, 2000). This list and the fine reviews are proof positive that business books can offer a rich treasure of stories and inspiration. --David Siegfried
Jack Covert (right) is the founder and president of 800-CEOREAD, a specialty business book retailer that began as a subsidiary of the Harry W. Schwartz Bookshops.
Todd Sattersten (left) is the companys vice president. Both read countless business books every year and review many of them on their Web site and blog.
If you're looking for suggestions and snippets of some of the greatest business books, this is the book you're looking for. Read morePublished 4 months ago by MLeland
As any newspaper publisher knows people love top lists. This entire book is a top list of business books. Read morePublished 8 months ago by investingbythebooks
I was hoping for more of a cliff notes version of the books. This was not useful to me - more like reading back cover copyPublished 10 months ago by Dave Waluk
The short summary goes straight to point, and actually raised my interest in many of the books I wouldn't have on my 'top of list'.
Worth the buy and the time perusing. Read more
Thanks a lot... very Happy... on time, and everythin OK.... Thanks a lot... very Happy... on time, and everythin OK....Published on January 3, 2013 by michael farshad
Of the 100 books recommended, I had read only 23. So, I am not qualified to tell whether the authors' picks are the best or not. Read morePublished on August 10, 2012 by ServantofGod