Business Book Reviews
Need some book suggestions to grow your business, look through Todd's annual business book recommendations.
(June 2019) Do you believe books on leadership have to be heavy, in both tone and weight? If so, these three books should convince you otherwise.
(June 2018) You've likely heard the phrase, "Good things come in small packages." You might also wonder "How does that apply to books?"
(June 2017) Is a picture truly worth a thousand words? Given a choice, would you rather read one thousand words, or look at one well-done picture?
(June 2016) Hugh MacLeod Of Gapingvoid Art Gave Todd Inspiration For This Summer's Book Reviews When He Said "Attach Emotion To Logic And Anything Is Possible" — A Common Thread In The Four Books Todd Reviews.
(June 2015) Todd describes his idea of how to develop "Free Range Staff" — Employees who can take an idea, develop and run with it with little or no supervision — as he reviews four books he uses to teach and develop his staff.
(June 2014) Todd's review on books that can help you and your business see around corners better.
(June 2013) Use these 23 idea generators to become indispensable at your organization.
(June 2012) Our 8th Annual Book Review - Including valuable tips on how to get the most out of your business book.
(June 2011) Read about the "softer skills" you need to be successful in the 85% Solution, The Heart of Change, and others in this year's book review.
(June 2010) Our 6th Annual Summer Book Review — Six books to prime your mental pump!
(June 2009) Our 5th Annual Summer Book Review — Business books by Alan M. Webber, Gordon MacKenzie, M.J. Ryan, and Marshall C. Cook.
(June 2008) Our 4th Annual Summer Book Review — Books to manage, lead, and inspire by Marcus Buckingham, Richard S. Gallagher, Marty Neumeier, Bob Burg and John David Mann, and Juris Rubenis and Maris Subacs.
(June 2007) Useful books for your business and yourself by Sam Harrison, Kathryn D. Cramer and Hank Wasiak, Keith Yamashita and Sandra Spataro, Paul Arden, and James C. Hunter.
(June 2006) Read reviews about The Way of the Cockroach by Craig Hovey, Corporate Canaries by Gary Sutton and Silos, Politics and Turf Wars by Patrick Lencioni and other must read books.
(July 2005) Read reviews on What Clients Love by Harry Beckwith, The Radical Leap by Steve Farber and other great books.