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Books

My Management Book Reviews.

I love reading, and I also love taking notes on the books I read. Which is why I have decided to focus a lot of time to write the reviews of the books that I feel more relevant for my job, and of interest for my readers.

Through this page, you can find all the Management Book Reviews that I have written. I also manage a list of the Top 25 Management Books according to me, that is based on the reviews here published.

You can also search for specific books and suggest new books through the Book Suggestion page.

Book Review: It Doesn’t Have to Be Crazy at Work by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson

It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work was written already two years ago by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier… Read More

3 days ago

Book Review: The Job by Ellen Ruppel Shell

The Job: Work and Its Future in a Time of Radical Change is a fascinating take on the concept of Job… Read More

1 week ago

Book Review: Uncharted by Margaret Heffernan

Uncharted, by Margaret Heffernan, is a book that, while reading, seems to be drained by its own content. The great… Read More

2 weeks ago

Book Review: Team of Teams by Gen. Stanley McChrystal

Team of Teams is a book that is built with the army's rigour. Written by former US Army General Stanley McChrystal… Read More

4 weeks ago

Book Review: Team Topologies by Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais

Team Topologies is probably one of the most pragmatic and practical Organisation Design books I have read in recent years. Considering that this… Read More

1 month ago

Book Review: Leadership: Theory and Practice by Peter G. Northouse

Leadership: Theory and Practice by Peter G. Northouse can be considered the Bible of Leadership theories. The author is Professor Emeritus… Read More

1 month ago

Book Review: No Rules Rules by Reed Hastings and Erin Meyer

No Rules Rules: Netflix and the Culture of Reinvention is a book that many awaited. Since when, in 2009, Reed Hastings… Read More

2 months ago

Book review: Leadership: A Critical Text by Simon Western

Simon Western’s book “Leadership: A Critical Text” is in its third edition. It draws on a holistic framework built to… Read More

2 months ago

Book Review: Unboss by Lars Kolind and Jacob Bøtter

Unboss is a book from danish authors Lars Kolind (a veteran leader and board member for various firms) in and… Read More

2 months ago

Book Review: Humanocracy by Gary Hamel and Michele Zanini

Humanocracy is the latest work of Gary Hamel, this time supported by Michele Zanini, co-founder of The Management Lab. I’ve already… Read More

2 months ago

Book Review: Uncanny Valley: A Memoir by Anna Wiener

Uncanny Valley is a memoir novel by Anna Wiener, currently a writer for The New Yorker, but that experienced first… Read More

4 months ago

Book Review: The Three Ways of Getting Things Done by Gerard Fairtlough

The Three Ways of Getting Things Done has been a genuinely pleasurable discovery. I met this book, together with its key… Read More

4 months ago

Book Review: The Covid-19 Survival Guide by Fons Trompenaars

The Covid-19 Survival Guide is an instant eBook written by Fons Trompenaars and crew and tackles the effects of Covid19 on organisations from… Read More

4 months ago

Book Review: The Team That Managed Itself by Christina Wodtke

The Team That Managed Itself is yet again not a traditional management book. The most significant part of this book, written… Read More

5 months ago

Book Review: What’s Your Pronoun? by Dennis Baron

What’s Your Pronoun is definitely pretty different from the other book I’ve so far reviewed here on this blog. Let’s start… Read More

5 months ago