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The 131 best books of all time that have marked the history of Management, from the book "The Best Business Books Ever" from the BASIC BOOKS collection

  • 1.Action Learning Reg Revans
  • 2.Administrative Behavior Herbert Simon
  • 3.The Age of Discontinuity Peter F. Drucker
  • 4.The Age of E-tail Alex Birch, Philipp Gerbert, and Dirk Schneider
  • 5.The Age of Unreason Charles Handy
  • 6.The Art of Japanese Management Richard T. Pascale and Anthony Athos
  • 7.The Art of the Long View Peter Schwartz
  • 8.The Art of War Sun Tzu
  • 9.Barbarians at the Gate Bryan Burrough and John Helyar
  • 10.A Behavioral Theory of the Firm Richard M. Cyert and James G. March
  • 11.Being Digital Nicholas Negroponte
  • 12.Blown to Bits Philip Evans and Thomas Wurster
  • 13.Blur Stan Davis and Christopher Meyer
  • 14.The Borderless World Kenichi Ohmae
  • 15.The Brand You 50 Tom Peters
  • 16.Built to Last James Collins and Jerry Porras
  • 17.A Business and its Beliefs Thomas Watson Jr.
  • 18.The Caring Economy Gerry McGovern
  • 19.The Change Masters Rosabeth Moss Kanter
  • 20.The Changing Culture of a Factory Elliot Jaques
  • 21.The Clickable Corporation Jonathan Rosenoer, Douglas Armstrong, and J. Russell Gates
  • 22.Clicks and Moctar David S. Pottruck and Terry Pearce
  • 23.Competing for the Future Gary Hamel and C.K. Prahalad
  • 24.The Competitive Advantage of Nations Michael Porter
  • 25.Competitive Strategy Michael Porter
  • 26.Complexity M. Mitchell Waldrop
  • 27.Co-opetition Barry J. Nalebuff and Adam M. Brandenburger
  • 28.Corporate –level Strategy Michael Goold, Marcus Alexander, and Andrew Campbell
  • 29.Corporate Strategy Igor Ansoff
  • 30.Digital Capital Don Tapscott, David Ticoll, and Alex Lowy
  • 31.Digital Darwinism Evan I. Schwartz
  • 32.Direct from Dell Michael Dell
  • 33.The Discipline of Market Leaders Michael Treacy and Fed Wiersema
  • 34.Dynamic Administration Mary Parker Follet
  • 35.Emotional Intelligence Daniel Goleman
  • 36.The E-myth Revisited Michael E. Gerber
  • 37.The Entertainment Economy Michael J. Wolf
  • 38.E-shock 2000 Michael de Kare-Silver
  • 39.The Experience Economy B. Joseph Pine and James H. Gilmore
  • 40.The fifth Discipline Peter Senge
  • 41.A Future Perfect John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge
  • 42.Futurize your Enterprise David Siegel
  • 43.General and Industrial Management Henri Fayol
  • 44.The General Theory of Employment John Maynard Keynes
  • 45.Getting things done David Allen
  • 46.Getting to Yes Roger Fisher and William Ury
  • 47.The Goal Eliyahu Goldratt and Jeff Cox
  • 48.High Stakes, No Prisoners Charles H. Ferguson
  • 49.How to Win Friends and Influence People Dale Carnegie
  • 50.The HP way David Packard
  • 51.The Human Problems of an Industrial Civilization Elton Mayo
  • 52.The Human Side of Enterprise Douglas McGregor
  • 53.In search of Excellence Tom Peters and Robert Waterman
  • 54.The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture Manuel Castells
  • 55.Information Rules Carl Shapiro and Hal R. Varian
  • 56.Innovation in Marketing Theodore Levitt
  • 57.The Innovator’s Dilemma Clayton M. Christensen
  • 58.Intellectual Capital Thomas Stewart
  • 59.Jack: Straight from the Gut Jack Welch and John A. Byrne
  • 60.The Knowledge-creating Company Ikujiro Nonaka and Hirotaka Takeuchi
  • 61.Leaders: Strategies for taking Charge Warren Bennis and Burt Nanus
  • 62.Leadership Rudolph W. Giuliani
  • 63.Leadership James MacGregor Burns
  • 64.Leading Change John P. Kotter
  • 65.Liar’s Poker Michael Lewis
  • 66.The Living Company: Habits for Survival in a Turbulent Business Environment Arie de Geus
  • 67.The Long Tail Chris Anderson
  • 68.The Machine That Changed the World James P. Womack, Daniel T. Jones, and Daniel Roos
  • 69.Made in Japan Akio Morita
  • 70.Management Teams: Why They succeed or Fail R. Meredith Belbin
  • 71.The Managerial Grid and Jane Mouton
  • 72.Managing Harold Geneen
  • 73.Managing across Borders Christopher A. Bartlett and Sumantra Ghoshal
  • 74.Managing on the Edge Richard T. Pascale
  • 75.Managing Transitions William Bridges
  • 76.Marketing Management Philip Kotler and Kevin Keller
  • 77.Megatrends John Naisbitt
  • 78.The Mind of the Strategist Kenichi Ohmae
  • 79.Moments of Truth Jan Carlzon
  • 80.Motion Study: A Method for Increasing the Efficiency of the Workman Frank Gilbreth
  • 81.Motivation and Personality Abraham Maslow
  • 82.The Motivation to Work Frederick Herzberg, Bernard Mausner, and Barbara Bloch Snyderman
  • 83.My Life and Work Henry Ford
  • 84.My years with General Motors Alfred P. Sloan Jr.
  • 85.Natural Capitalism Paul Hawken, Amory B. Lovins, and L. Hunter Lovins
  • 86.The Nature of Managerial Work Henry Mintzberg
  • 87.The New Corporate Cultures Terrence Deal and Allan Kennedy
  • 88.New Patterns of Management Rensis Likert
  • 89.No Logo Naomi Klein
  • 90.Now, Discover Your Strengths Marcus Buckingham and Donald Clifton
  • 91.On Becoming a Leader Warren Bennis
  • 93.On War Karl Von Clausewitz
  • 94.Onward Industry James Mooney and Alan Reiley
  • 95.The Organization Man William Whyte
  • 96.Organizational Culture and Leadership Edgar H. Schein
  • 97.Organizational Learning Chris Argyris and Donald Schon
  • 98.Out of the Crisis W. Edwards Deming
  • 99.Parkinson’s Law C. Northcote Parkinson
  • 100.The Peter Principle Laurence Peter
  • 101.Planning for Quality Joseph M. Juran
  • 102.The Practice of Management Peter F. Drucker
  • 103.The Prince Nicolo Machiavelli
  • 104.Principles of Political Economy John Stuart Mill
  • 105.Principles of Political Economy and Taxation David Ricardo
  • 106.The principles of Scientific Management Frederick Winslow Taylor
  • 107.Purple Cow: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable Seth Godin
  • 108.Quest for Prosperity Konosuke Matsushita
  • 109.Real Time Regis McKenna
  • 110.Reengineering the Corporation James Champy and Michael Hammer
  • 111.Relationship Marketing Regis Mckenna
  • 112.Riding the Waves of Culture Fons Trompenaars and Charles Hampden-Turner
  • 113.The Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning Henry Mintzberg
  • 114.Small is Beautiful E.F. Schumacher
  • 115.Stategy and Structure Alfred Chandler
  • 116.The Theory of Economic Development Joseph A. Schumpeter
  • 117.The Theory of Social and Economic Organization Max Weber
  • 118.Theory Z William Ouchi
  • 119.The Third Wave Alvin Toffler
  • 120.The Tipping Point Malcolm Gladwell
  • 121.Toyota Production System Taiichi Ohno
  • 122.Up the Organization Robert Townsend
  • 123.Valuation Tom Copeland, Jack Murrin, and Tom Koller
  • 124.The Visionary’s Handbook Watts Wacker and Jim Taylor
  • 125.The Visual Display of Quantitative Information Edward R. Tufte
  • 126.The Wealth of Nations Adams Smith
  • 127.What They don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School Mark H. McCormack
  • 128.The Will to Manage Marvin Bower
  • 129.The Wisdom of Crowds James Surowiecki
  • 130.Work This Way Bruce Tulgan
  • 131.The World Is Flat Thomas Friedman

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