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The Ultimate Business Library: 50 Books That Shaped Management Thinking
     

The Ultimate Business Library: 50 Books That Shaped Management Thinking

by Stuart Crainer, Gary Hamel (Commentaries by)
 
Many people can't find time to read the books of major business thinkers. This unique book provides exactly the help they need, with summaries of 50 influential business books, commentaries on each book, biographical sketches of each author, and mini-descriptions of 50 additional business books ("the runners-up"). 352 pp. Pub: 9/97.

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Many people can't find time to read the books of major business thinkers. This unique book provides exactly the help they need, with summaries of 50 influential business books, commentaries on each book, biographical sketches of each author, and mini-descriptions of 50 additional business books ("the runners-up"). 352 pp. Pub: 9/97.

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Entries include books that were written specifically for business audiences such as Pascale's (1990) and Taylor's (1911) as well as more general books that are important to managerial thinking such as Sun Tzu's (500 B.C.), Weber's (1947), Machiavelli's (1513), and Smith's (1776). Each entry features a brief biography of the author and a brief commentary on the book itself. Also included is an appendix of 50 "runners-up," each of which has a few sentences of description. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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ISBN-13:
9780814403952
Publisher:
AMACOM
Publication date:
08/29/1997
Pages:
352
Product dimensions:
6.28(w) x 9.31(h) x 1.25(d)

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