If your “to-read” stack looks anything like mine, it’s piled high and always getting higher as I add books to it far faster than I manage to actually read them. When I do finally get a chance to spend some time with one, it’s very disappointing when the book turns out to offer little substance.
Thus, I was delighted to see information about a new book by Jack Covert and Todd Sattersten called The 100 Best Business Books of All Time. In his review, Kevin Kelly writes that the authors “seem to have read all of the ones in print, and they have done the world a favor by selecting the 100 best business books ever, and then packing summaries of them all into one meta-book” that is “much better than a simple list. The two have reviewed, abstracted, and compared all the best 100 in the context of thousands of similar books…You get context instead of content.”
What business books make your “best of” list? Anything they left off that you think deserves a read?