Table of contents for The 100 best business books of all time : what they say, why they matter, and how they can help you / by Jack Covert and Todd Sattersten.

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Introduction
Chapter 1: You
Improving your life, your person and your strengths. 
Flow
Getting Things Done
?Jack Covert Selects?
The Effective Executive
How to Be a Star at Work
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
How to Win Friends & Influence People
?Globalization of Manners?
Swim with the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive
The Power of Intuition
What Should I Do with My Life?
Oh, the Places You'll Go
?Business Books for All Ages?
Chasing Daylight
Chapter 2: Leadership
Inspiration. Challenge. Courage. Change. 
On Becoming a Leader
The Leadership Moment
?Leadership in Movies?
The Leadership Challenge
Leadership is an Art
The Radical Leap
Control Your Destiny or Someone Else Will
Leading Change
?The Economist?
Questions of Character
The Story Factor
Never Give In!
Chapter 3: Strategy
Eight organizational blueprints from which to draft your own.
In Search of Excellence
Good to Great
?The Best Route to an Idea?
The Innovator's Dilemma
?Learn From Experience?
Only the Paranoid Survive
Who Says Elephants Can't Dance?
Discovering the Soul of Service
Execution
Competing for the Future
Chapter 4: Sales & Marketing
Approaches and pitfalls in the ongoing process of creating customers. 
Influence
Positioning
A New Brand World
Selling the Invisible
?Best-selling Business Books?
Zag
Crossing the Chasm
Secrets of Closing the Sale
?Selling on the Silver Screen?
How to Become a Rainmaker
Why We Buy
The Experience Economy
?For Your Ears Only?
Purple Cow
The Tipping Point
Four {Super} Powerful Writers
Chapter 5: Rules & Scorekeeping
The all-important numbers behind the game. 
Naked Economics
Financial Intelligence
?Getting Your Bearings?
The Balanced Scorecard
Chapter 6: Management
Guiding and directing the people around you. 
The Essential Drucker
?Peter Drucker said??
Out of the Crisis 
?Deming's 14 Points of Management?
Toyota Production System
Reengineering the Corporation
The Goal
The Great Game of Business
First, Break all the Rules
Now, Discover Your Strengths
The Knowing-Doing Gap
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
?Choose Your Approach?
Six Thinking Hats
Chapter 7: Biographies
Seven lives. Unlimited lessons.
Titan
My Years with General Motors
?Classics?
The HP Way
Personal History
Moments of Truth
Sam Walton: Made in America
Losing My Virginity
Chapter 8: Entrepreneurship
Seven guides to the passion and practicality necessary for any new venture. 
The Art of the Start
The E-Myth Revisited
The Republic of Tea
The Partnership Charter
Growing a Business
?Where to??
Guerilla Marketing
The Monk and the Riddle
Chapter 9: Narratives
Six industry tales of both fortune and failure. 
 McDonald's: Behind the Arches
American Steel
?Found in Fiction?
The Force
The Smartest Guys in the Room
When Genius Failed
Moneyball
?Industry in Depth?
Chapter 10: Innovation & Creativity
Insight into the process of developing new ideas. 
Orbiting the Giant Hairball
The Art of Innovation
Jump Start Your Business Brain
?Conferences to Attend?
A Whack on the Side of the Head
The Creative Habit
The Art of Possibility
?Fresh Perspectives Not in a Bookstore Near You?
Chapter 11: Big Ideas
The future of business books lies here.
The Age of Unreason
Out of Control
?ChangeThis?
The Rise of the Creative Class
Emotional Intelligence
Driven
To Engineer is Human
The Wisdom of Crowds
?Readers' Poll?
Made to Stick
Chapter 12: Takeaways
What everyone is looking for.
The First 90 Days
What the CEO Wants You to Know
Up the Organization
The Team Handbook, Third Edition
A Business and Its Beliefs
Beyond the Core
Little Red Book of Selling
The Lexus and The Olive Tree
Thinkertoys
Lucky or Smart?
More Than You Know
The Last Word
Acknowledgments

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Business -- Bibliography.
Management -- Bibliography.
Businesspersons -- Books and reading -- United States.
Executives -- Books and reading -- United States.
Best books -- United States.