Best business reads of 2016
For our Christmas 2nd Thursday event in the Clayton Ballsbridge, Irish Times business book reviewer Frank Dillon was once again invited to share his recommended reads from 2016.
Here is his selection:
Jobs to be done by Stephen Wunker, Amacom
Dancing at the Fountain by Conor Kenny, Oak Tree Press
Created in China by George Haouer, Bloomsbury
Good charts by Scott Berinato, HBR Press
The Three Box Solution by Vijay Govindarajan, HBR Press
From Bags to Blenders by Gordon Black, Icon Books
The reputation economy by Michael Fertik, Piatkus.
The Stupidy Paradox by Mats Alvesson, Profile Books
Warren Buffett’s Ground Rules by Jeremy Miller, Profile Books
The Great Brexit Swindle by T. J Coles, Clairview
Leading with integrity, a practical guide to business ethics by Ros O’ Shea , CAI
Think like an innovator by Paul Sloane, Pearson
(The list is in no particular order but when pressed Frank cited Jobs to be done as particularly insightful.)
A similar event was scheduled for Cork but due to unforeseen circumstances had to be postponed. It is expected to take place in early 2017.
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