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4 hour work week
Tim Ferriss’s The 4-Hour Workweek is the ultimate blueprint for lifestyle design. The book follows a straightforward step-by-step method to reinvent yourself, improve your work, start your own business, and enjoy a luxury lifestyle that prioritizes time and mobility.
Self development Tim Ferriss
A Random Walk Down Wall Street
This book is a timeless classic that offers a vast array of advice on how investors can tilt the odds in their favour.
Finance, Personal Finance Burton Malkiel
Atomic habits
This book is a four-step approach to changing bad habits and adopting healthy ones, demonstrating how modest, incremental daily routines add up to tremendous, positive change over time
Self development James Clear
Better Simpler Strategy
Professor Felix Oberholzer-Gee of Harvard Business School demonstrates how organizations gain more by doing less in Better, Simpler Strategy.
Strategy Felix Oberholzer-Gee
Beyond Reasons
The book explains how emotions affect negotiation and provides techniques for dealing with strong emotions at the negotiating table based on five basic emotional concerns. This book is well-written and contains a wealth of useful information.
Negotiation Daniel Shapiro and Roger Fisher
Blue Ocean Shift
Beyond competing the book highlights proven steps to inspire confidence and seize new growth opportunities.
Strategy Renée Mauborgne and W. Chan Kim
Brilliant Selling.
This book is full of practical tips and advice from successful business professionals. It is especially good for those new to selling as a coaching book or a reference book for those with experience.
Pricing Analyst Jeremy Cassell
Business Model Generation
The Business Model Canvas’s graphic and easy approach is ideal for anyone considering establishing a new business, as well as huge corporations launching new products.
Strategy Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur
Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship.
This is one of the most popular programming books out there and it teaches software developers the principles of writing clean programming code.
Software Developer Robert C. Martin
Common Sense on Mutual Funds
A powerful no-nonsense prescription for how individual investors should structure their portfolios in the current market environment
Finance John C. Bogle
Communicating Change
Communicating Change is all about how to talk to people about the changes your project is delivering. The book contains a lot of practical advice about what to say when, how to identify how people want to receive information as well as recommendations for communicating.
Change Management Sandar Larkin and T. J. Larkin
Cracking the PM Interview
This book right here will teach you everything you need to know about the role of a Product Manager and how to land it in startups or large tech companies. It teaches you from the experience you need to the technical questions to expect in an interview
Product Management Jackie Bavaro and Gayle McDowell
Crucial Conversations
Crucial Conversations Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High is a frequently recommended book. This is less about the theory of change management, and more a guide to how to talk to people about change when it really matters.
Change Management erry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Ron McMillan, and Al Switzler
Difficult Conversations: How to Have Conversations that Matter the Most
This book walks you through a step-by-step process for having the most important discussions, which are sometimes the most difficult to have. You may perhaps consider this a manual on how to have easy interactions with difficult people.
Communication, Leadership Bruce Patton, Douglas Stone, and Sheila Heen
Digital Marketing for Dummies
Digital Marketing for Dummies teaches you how to engage your audience, build your brand, attract more customers, and increase sales using practical, tested strategies.
Marketing Russ Henneberry and Ryan Deiss
Digital Marketing Strategy: An Integrated Approach to Online Marketing
This one is an ideal road map for marketers to streamline a digital marketing strategy for measurable and optimized results.  
Digital Marketing Simon Kingsnorth
Everybody Writes
The book gives tips and tricks on how to write in an age where video content is taking over and emojis are basically a form of language.
Digital Marketing, Writing Ann Handley
Explosive Growth
This book provides guidance and techniques for creating and running an online business, as well as 80 suggestions for launching, building, and optimizing items.
Strategy Cliff Lerner
Extraordinary PR, Ordinary Budget: A Strategy Guide
This book covers how to build connections with reporters, who can have a significant impact on how the rest of the world, including your audience, perceives you and your work
Communication Jennifer R. Farmer
Fanocracy: Turning Fans into Customers and Customers into Fans
This book provides a unique perspective on marketing, building, and nurturing customer relationships in the digital world backed by neuroscience facts. It will help you boost your customer strategy.  
Negotiation, Self development
Financial Statements
This book shows how to read the three basic types of financial statements–the balance sheet, the income statement, and the cash flow–and uses this foundation to explain the flow of cash and product.  
Finance Thomas Ittelson
Find your Light Bulb
Mike Harris, a serial entrepreneur, demonstrates that all it takes is passion, commitment, and a willingness to learn. This book is a make-it-happen manual that will help you fix the odds of success firmly in your favour with vital business advice and case studies from entrepreneurs and inventors on both…
Start-ups Mike Harris
Getting things done
David Allen presents a system in the book that assists in living a life with a “mind like water,” which is the secret to productivity. When something is tossed into a glass of water, it wrinkles, but eventually, it returns to its original state. This book emphasizes Having a trustable…
Self development David Allen
Getting to Yes
Getting to Yes is a book that proposes a mix of disciplines and concepts for negotiating practitioners. It promotes itself as an antidote to the positional bargaining paradigm and proposes a set of alternative techniques and exercises to modify the way negotiations unfold and conclude.
Negotiation Roger Fisher and William L. Ury.
Hacking Growth
Growth hackers founder Sean Ellis teams up with veteran startup marketer Morgan Brown to share how the world’s most successful companies build growth teams, create must-have products, discover and test what works to drive growth, and retain more customers.
Marketing Morgan Brown and Sean Ellis
Head First Design Patterns: A Brain-Friendly Guide.
This book is filled with great visualizations to help you to learn new concepts easily. It shows you the tried-and-true, road-tested patterns, and best practices used by developers to create functional, elegant, reusable, and flexible software.
Software Developer Eric Freeman, Elisabeth Robson, Bert Bates and Kathy Sierra.
Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products
This book introduces you as the product manager to the Hook Model which helps you encourage customer behaviour without aggressive marketing campaigns. It explains how to make products that develop into your customer’s habits with real-world examples from tech companies like Instagram and Pinterest.
Product Management Nir Eyal
How Finance Works
The book walks you through the complex yet endlessly interesting world of finance in How Finance Works, demystifying it in the process with fascinating case studies, interactive exercises, full-colour images, and a conversational tone that belies the content
Finance Mihir A. Desai
How to Win Friends & Influence People
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie is a self-help classic that reads as a life manual. The core idea is that you can change other people’s behavior simply by changing your own. It teaches you the principles to better understand people, become a more likable person,…
Public Speaking Dale Carnegie
How to Win Friends and Influence People
The book addresses how you can affect the behaviour of others just by changing your own. It teaches how to better understand people, become more likeable, build relationships, persuade others, and influence behaviour through leadership
Communication, Self development Dale Carnegie
I Should Be Writing: A Writer’s Workshop
This book is like a personal writing workshop condensed into a flexibound journal. The author shares writing exercises, tips and crafts to help the strength of your writing blossom.
Writing Mur Lafferty
Impact Mapping: Making a big impact with software products and…
This book teaches you how to increase ROI by understanding where to put your efforts to impact while trying to minimize efforts. It helps you transform into your inner entrepreneur.
Agile / Scrum Gojko Adzic
Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion
The book breaks down how to use thoughtful persuasion and how people can be influenced to say yes more often.
Marketing Robert Cialdini
Inspired: How to create products customers love by Marty Cagan
This one’s a rather older book but some things never change much, do they now? Especially when you have digital product development examples from some global corporations like Google, Netflix, Apple, and the BBC.
Product Management Marty Cagan
Investing 101
Investments textbooks frequently transform important information into a tiresome speech that would send even Warren Buffett to sleep. Investing 101 foregoes the dry explanations in favour of a hands-on approach that keeps you interested as you learn how to build a portfolio and grow your savings. This book is jam-packed…
Personal Finance Michele Cagan
Jab, Jab, Right Hook
This book focuses on the importance of social media marketing and creating an engaging community online, by offering value before selling to them
Digital Marketing Gary Vaynerchuk
Leaders Eat Last
Simon Sinek deconstructs what makes a leader and what brings and keeps groups together. Leaders exist to safeguard the community and to create a Circle of Safety in which everyone can live their best lives
Leadership Simon Sinek
Leading at the Speed of Growth
This book includes stories from over 500 entrepreneurs to teach, inspire, and influence the decisions you make to become a great leader during times of growth.
Self development, Start-ups Jana B. Matthews and Katherine Catlin
Leading Change
Kotter lays out eight steps for cultural change in this book. However, 17 years later, he shifted his perspective on organizational transformation from one that is implemented top-down to one that is based on voluntary bottom-up reforms.
Change Management John Kotter
Lend Me Your Ears
Lend Me Your Ears is an easy read and covers the subject of public speaking in an accessible manner.  It is well written.  This is not an “academic” treatise, but a practical guide to improving your impact as a speaker
Public Speaking Max Atkinson
Managing Supply Chain Operations
This book focuses on the key factors of efficient supply chain performance which are: demand forecasting, sales and operations planning, inventory control, capacity analysis, supply chain integration, transportation models, and project management and risk analysis.
Supply Chain eLeonardo DeCandia, Yao Zhao, Rosa Oppenheim and Lei Lei
Market Wizards
This book shows the heuristics that real-life traders use to manage their affairs, how people who do rather than talk have done things.
Finance Jack D. Schwager
Maximum Influence
In Maximum Influence, author and acknowledged expert Kurt Mortensen unveils the 12 Laws of Persuasion, explaining why each law works, how to utilize it, and what to avoid. You will learn how to read people instantaneously, get people to trust you instinctively, easily change people’s thoughts, and persuade anyone to…
Negotiation Kurt Mortensen
Naked Statistics: Stripping the Dread from the Data
This book highlights how easy it is to misinterpret data in product management with wit and accessibility. The writer explains key statistical concepts that will give you several examples of how you can utilize data to uncover what’s hidden beneath the numbers.
Product Management Charles Wheelan
Never Eat Alone
The concept of ‘It’s not what you know, but who you know,’ is embodied in Never Eat Alone. The book explains how to connect with colleagues, friends, and associates by laying out the steps and mentality required
Communication Keith Ferrazzi
Never Split the Difference
The author Chris Voss is a former international FBI hostage negotiator. The book reveals battle-tested strategies for high-stakes negotiations.
Negotiation Chris Voss
Our Iceberg is Melting
Our Iceberg is Melting: Changing and Succeeding Under Any Conditions, a book by Kotter, is a quick read that explains why the “burning platform” is important for firms to transition to new ways of doing things
Change Management John Kotter
Pricing for Profit.
This book is very readable, a practical guide, and uses real-life examples to explain to you how to stay strong under the pressure of discounting to undercut the competitors. The strategies in this book when implemented should make a huge difference to your bottom line and deliver strong business growth.
Pricing Analyst Peter Hill
Pricing with Confidence
The main purpose of this book is to teach you how to be more confident in your product and value for both price setting purposes and price capturing purposes. It dispels the idea of selling your product’s price and instead starts selling the value of the product. It provides you…
Pricing Analyst Mark Burton and Reed K Holden
Psychology of Selling
Brian Tracy’s The Psychology of Selling is a well-known book written by a legendary sales executive. It shares ideas, techniques, strategies, and guidance to help salespeople sell more quickly and easily than ever before.
Sales Brian Tracy
Red Team
In Red Team, Micah Zenko shows that even the best ideas need to be interrogated internally before they hit the market.
Negotiation Micah Zenko
Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code.
With this book, you will be able to understand the process and general principles of refactoring that you can quickly apply to your codebase. It will help you recognize “bad smells” in code that signal opportunities to refactor, tradeoffs, and obstacles to refactoring.
Software Developer Kent Beck and Martin Fowler
Rich Dad Poor Dad
Robert Kiyosaki highlights the important lessons he learned from his rich father in order to avoid his poor father’s financial fate in Rich Dad Poor Dad. The book has gone on to become one of the all-time best-selling personal finance books. In this book, a wealthy father teaches two young…
Personal Finance Robert Kiyosaki
Scrum is Jeff Sutherland’s team performance framework — a new way of thinking and doing – that produces more outcomes, at a higher quality, and at a cheaper cost. When properly implemented, teams can achieve productivity increases of up to 800%.
Agile / Scrum Jeff Sutherland
Skills with People
The book covers a variety of practical suggestions for dealing with people, including how to talk to people, how to make people feel important, how to properly critique others, and how to make a good impression.
Communication Les Giblin
Speak With No Fear: Go from a nervous, nauseated, and…
The book is primarily for those who are overwhelmed by the fear of speech-making and those in the middle of conquering such a problem. In summary, it unveils effective tips that will equip public speakers to communicate better to their audiences, whether they are new or old in the business.
Public Speaking Mike Acker
Spin Selling
This book presents a strong sales process that exposes four types of questions that, when answered in succession, increase the likelihood of a lead converting into a sale.
Sales Neil Rackham
Strategic Supply Chain Management: The Five Core Disciplines for Top…
This book offers in-depth examples that shed light on what is needed for successful supply chain design. The five disciplines it covers are: aligning your supply chain with your business strategy, developing an end-to-end process architecture, designing a high-performing supply chain organization, building the right collaborative model, and using metrics…
Supply Chain J. Roussel and Shoshanah Cohen
This is less about the theory of change management, and more a guide to how to talk to people about change when it really matters.
Change Management Chip Heath and Dan Heath
TED Talks: The Official TED Guide to Public Speaking
In TED Talks, the head of TED presents various insights and tips that anyone can use to improve their public speaking skills. the book outline some of the key ideas in 4 parts: building the right foundations, developing your ideas, preparation and delivery.
Public Speaking Chris Anderson
The 1-Pager Marketing Plan
Author an Dib contends in his book The 1-Page Marketing Plan that a business owner must become good at the business of what they do, not just their technical skill. Professionals don’t just go with the flow. They make certain that the time they spend on something has the greatest…
Marketing Allan Dib
The Art of Public Speaking
This book summary provides a variety of useful tips from how to overcome stage fright to how to assemble an audience and help to build up your personal sincerity and belief
Public Speaking Dale Carnegie
The Challenger Sale
Authors Dixon and Adamson studied a sample of hundreds of sales agents in The Challenger Sale and surprisingly concluded that traditional relationship building may potentially be harmful to the whole sales process. The book also lays out a process for transforming mediocre salespeople into high-performing Challengers.
Sales Mattew Dixon and Brent Adamson
The Elements of Style
The book is used to teach grammar, structural writing rules and the principles of composition. Brushing up on the basics from time to time is critical for continually developing your skills, and this book contains simple truths that every writer needs to know.
Writing William Strunk Jr.
The Fifth Risk
In The Fifth Risk, Michael Lewis provides an insider look into the turbulent transition from the Obama to Trump administration, as well as the new administration’s apparent willful ignorance of the bureaucracy. The book has received praise for its readability and assessment of the longer-term concerns that Trump’s presidency may…
Leadership Michael Lewis
The Five Dysfunction of a Team
While the Five Dysfunctions of a Team is an interesting story, the popularity of the book is due to the simple and accessible model of teamwork that it introduces. Represented as a Pyramid, Lencioni’s main character, Kathryn, uses the model to help her own team. However, this model can also…
Leadership Patrick Lencioni
The Forklifts Have Nothing to Do! Lessons in Supply Chain…
This book provides you with practical methods that you can implement in your business strategy. It gives examples from the civilian industry and military operations and how the two correlates to supply chain
Supply Chain Walden, Joseph L.
The greatest ScrumMaster.
This book shares techniques, approaches, methods, tips, tricks, philosophies, and much more to help your company to be Agile.
Agile / Scrum Zuzana Šochová
The Hard Thing About Hard Things
Written by one of Silicon Valley’s most respected and experienced entrepreneurs, it analyzes the problems business leaders face every day running their businesses. It provides insights on the developing, buying, or even selling of tech companies.
Product Management Ben Horowitz
The Infinite Game
The Infinite Game analyzes leadership choices and offers guidelines for implementing a “infinite game” strategy. Infinite mindsets develop a greater cause than themselves or their businesses, whereas finite mindsets focus on winning. Collaborating with others for a common goal helps to create a more resourced and caring world.
Leadership Simon Sinek
The Intelligent Investor
In this book, little time is spent discussing the technique of analyzing securities. Instead, the main focus is placed on investment principles and investors’ attitudes. Benjamin Graham aims to teach three things: How to minimize the chances of suffering irreversible losses, how to maximize the chance of achieving sustainable wins…
Personal Finance Benjamin Graham
The Lean Startup: How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to…
The Lean Startup is all about swiftly figuring out what your customers genuinely want. It’s all about constantly testing what you think your clients want and adapting based on the results, all before you run out of capital.
Agile / Scrum, Start-ups Eric Ries
The Power of positive thinking
This book will show you that success begins in the mind and will teach you how to believe in yourself, quit the habit of worrying, and take control of your life by altering your attitude and controlling your ideas.
Self development Norman Vincent Peale
The Pragmatic Programmer.
This book is a classic that will help you create better software and rediscover the joy of coding. You’ll learn how to approach tackling different problems in your future professional career.
Software Developer Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas
The Professional Scrum Product Owner Book.
This book is written by two Professional Scrum Trainers Don McGreal and Ralph Jocham who have a combined 40+ years of agile experience. Here you’ll learn how to plan strategy, manage complexity, continuously deliver value, and implement concrete best practices for managing backlogs and releases.
Agile / Scrum, Product Management Don McGreal and Ralph Jocham
The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking
Being eloquent or charismatic is not something innate, it can be learned, and Dale Carnegie shows how everyone can become a talented speaker in public with training and the application of some simple techniques, regardless of your level of studies.
Public Speaking Dale Carnegie
The Richest Man in Babylon
What can a book written in the 1920s tell modern investors about their finances? A whole lot of it’s George Clason’s delightful set of parables that explain the basics of money. This is a great gift for a graduate or anyone who seems baffled by the world of finance and…
Finance George Samuel Clason
The Serving Leader
In general, the book emphasizes “actions that will transform teams, businesses, and communities” and you’ll be impressed at how applicable these principles are to academia. The authors advocate a leadership approach that prioritizes excellence and competitiveness without sacrificing attention to people’s needs and worth.
Leadership Ken Blanchard
The Strategy and Tactics of Pricing
This book provides you with a solid overview of the different pricing strategies that exist and how they apply in the 21st century. It also provides some technical discussions like how and when to use financial analysis, the effect of the cost structure, and the importance of pricing policies.
Pricing Analyst John E. Hogan, Joseph Zale, and Thomas T Nagle
The Strategy Book
This book provides practical direction and expert tips on everything from understanding what strategy can accomplish for you to designing a strategy and engaging people with strategy. It’s packed with snappy, memorable instances of actual leaders succeeding (and failing) with real-world techniques.
Strategy Max McKeown
The Supply Chain Revolution: Innovative Sourcing and Logistics for a…
This book aims to educate leaders to improve customer satisfaction and increase revenue by using the supply chain as the hidden tool for outperforming the competition.
Supply Chain Suman Sarkar
The Ultimate Sales Machine
The Ultimate Revenue Machine is Chet Holmes’ legacy of helping salespeople all around the world by providing them with 12 key methods to constantly focus on and implement in order to at least quadruple their sales.
Sales Chet Holmes
Think and Grow Rich
Think and Grow Rich is the result of Napoleon Hill’s study of over five hundred self-made millionaires, a condensed, accessible explanation of his Law of Success philosophy, which includes thirteen steps to riches (financial, emotional, and spiritual).
Personal Finance Napoleon Hill
Total Value Optimization: Transforming Your Global Supply Chain into a…
This book is designed to provide you with a clear pathway to transforming supply chains into the ultimate competitive weapons. It’s the ultimate book for companies looking to survive and thrive in the 21st century’s fast-paced and ever-changing business world.
Supply Chain Steven J. Bowen
Understanding Michael Portal
The book explains strategy in detail. It goes over how businesses and individuals may recognize a solid strategy and its main components. This book highlights the impact of a unique value proposition and a customised value chain on strategy.
Strategy Joan Magretta
User Story Mapping: Discover the Whole Story, Build the Right…
This book offers you essential and some advanced details for you and your team on how to build outstanding products.
Agile / Scrum Jeff Patton
Value Proposition Design
Value Proposition Design is a multimedia collection of practical (downloadable) templates and tasks centered on a “Value Proposition Canvas” (VPC) that will help you create a compelling value proposition that will win hearts, minds, and wallets.
Strategy Alexander Osterwalder, Yves Pigneur, Gregory Bernarda, Alan Smith and Trish Papadakos
Value-Based Pricing.
This book will teach you how to set a selling distribution channel, how to understand your customers and their needs, how to utilize revenue generation while reducing cost for the business, and how to differentiate your business.
Pricing Analyst Harry Macdivitt and Mike Wilkinson
Who Moved My Cheese
Who Moved My Cheese teaches readers to adopt more productive mindsets and react to change with grace, rising to the challenge instead of exhibiting progress-halting fear or anger.
Change Management Spencer Johnson
Working Effectively with Legacy Code
This book will teach you how to get legacy code ready for testing and how to identify where the code needs to be changed. It will help you understand the general mechanics of software change like adding features, fixing bugs, optimizing performance, and improving the design.
Software Developer Michael C. Feathers
Writer’s Market
The book helps aspiring writers become published. It contains hundreds of pages of suggested markets for nonfiction writers, as well as those who want to sell short stories, including details for how to pitch your work
Writing Brewer, Robert Lee
Writing Down the Bones
Goldberg’s insightful book examines the craft of writing including how to start brainstorming, the importance of learning how to listen, the vital role verbs play in writing, and even how to find an inspiring place to write. No matter the stage you’re at with writing, this inspiring read will give…
Writing Natalie Goldberg
Your Money or Your Life
Your Money or Your Life is chock-full of examples, tales, and personal experiences from people who have followed their nine-step approach to financial independence. The goal of Your Money or Your Life is to help you change your relationship with money. That relationship involves not just your earnings, spending, debts,…
Personal Finance Joseph R. Dominguez, Monique Tilford, and Vicki Robin
Zero to One
Zero to One is an inside look at Peter Thiel’s mindset and method for building a successful firm, based on the lessons he learnt by starting and selling PayPal, as well as investing in Facebook and earning a billionaire in the process
Start-ups Peter Thiel