Drawing on a data-base of over 17,000 leaders, as well as
thousands of hours of interviews with CEO candidates, business
consultants Elena Botelho and Kim Powell overturn the myths about
what it takes to achieve the corner office, and reveal the common
attributes and hidden insights to success that have helped over 6
million CEOs land their jobs --and what we can apply to our own
A bold new work that challenges many of our long-held beliefs
about risk, reward, politics, religion, and finance from the New
York Times bestselling author of The Black Swan and one
of the foremost thinkers of our time, Nassim Nicholas Taleb.
Entrepreneur and bestselling author of The Lean
Startup, Eric Ries reveals how entrepreneurial principles
can be used by businesses of all kinds, ranging from established
companies to early-stage startups, to grow revenues, drive
innovation, and transform themselves into truly modern
organizations, poised to take advantage of the enormous
opportunities of the twenty-first century.
The classic on the universal laws of business success,
completely revised and updated for today's leaders
Completely rewritten for today’s business world,
What the CEO Wants You to Know, expanded and updated,
written by bestselling author Ram Charan, describes the
fundamentals behind every business, from street vendors in Mumbai,
to Fortune 500 companies.
Today's established companies must find new ways to reignite
their entrepreneurial DNA and jumpstart revenues--or risk losing
their way. By working with startup companies, Jim Stengel, renowned
consultant to Fortune 500 companies and the former global marketing
officer for Procter & Gamble, says that legacy companies can
Red Teaming is a revolutionary new way to make critical and
contrarian thinking part of the planning process of any
organization, allowing companies to stress-test their strategies,
flush out hidden threats and missed opportunities and avoid being
sandbagged by competitors.
In his long-awaited memoir, Yvon Chouinard-legendary climber,
businessman, environmentalist, and founder of Patagonia,
Inc.-shares the persistence and courage that have gone into being
head of one of the most respected and environmentally responsible
companies on earth.
Simplicity is arguably the most potent weapon in
business—attracting customers, motivating employees, helping
outthink competitors, and creating new efficiencies. Yet rarely is
it as simple as it looks.
Ken Segall’s first book, Insanely Simple, was based on
observations gained from twelve years working as Steve Jobs’s
advertising agency creative director, first with NeXT and then with