Looking for new business readings? Here is our selection for best business books worth reading of 2015.
Do you feel as if your work life is not quite as productive as it could be? You go to work every day, but you feel like your business is absolutely not booming?
Trust me, I know how that feels, and I know that this is the book that will change your career for the better!
This book talks about game theory for business, a proven strategic method that really works.
You can use game theory to boost your work life permanently, and learn how to make good decisions that will benefit you—something that everyone should know how to do.
This guide will show you how to get the best out of your day and to do more things than you thought it would even be possible!
Have you ever felt frustrated for being late, disorganized or forgetful? Well, our guess is that you have and we are here to tell you that you should not feel that way and that we can lend a hand if you are looking for help. This book can help.
In our current age of big business, it seems that everyone is looking for ways to make more money, acquire more power, and be more successful. However, from start-up companies to corporate empires that stretch back centuries, the temptations of greed and power often lead to corruption, fraud, unfair business practices, loophole-hunting, and even murder. The often shocking nature of business culture and society’s fascination with it puts corporate scandals in the spotlight every year around the world. This book gathered the stories from some of the most unbelievably bold, brilliant, and ultimately doomed corporate scandals in history, giving you a fast-paced ride through the dark side of big business
This book introduces lean project management. Lean is extremely versatile, as can be seen in the profound effect it has had on the success of organizations in wide-ranging sectors of business – from manufacture to government administration. This versatility does not end with the overhaul of company cultures and production systems in different industry sectors. Lean can be adapted and utilized on a much smaller scale: project management.