Management

7/10
By Daniel H. Pink
What motivates people to act as they do? There are many reasons, but the most powerful kind of motivation is intrinsic motivation. Companies, individuals, governments, schools, and even parents should seek to cultivate and encourage intrinsic motivation. An excellent book on why and how companies should be modeled for the 21st century.
7/10
By Chris McChesney, Sean Covey, and Jim Huling
The 4 Disciplines of Execution teaches you how to execute your goals effectively. The authors provide an easy-to-use framework for achieving personal, team, and organization objectives even when you feel there is no more room for another item on your to-do list. This book will change how your team works.
8/10
By Patrick Bet-David
Your Next Five Moves explores how you can improve your business and your life by learning how to strategize. Patrick Bet-David shares how to master the art of Business Strategy with actionable advice and systems. Great book for everyone looking to find their path.
10/10
By Andrew Grove
High Output Management by Andrew Grove is the definitive book on management and leadership. Drawing lessons from his career and experience as Intel's CEO, Grove teaches how to manage teams, structure organizations, supervise, recruit, and much more. Filled with practical examples, it's a handbook for the modern business-life. Every business student should read it.

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