Books We Recommend
Good To Great By Jim Collins
In this book, Jim Collins uncovers the underlying variables that enable any type of organization to make the leap from good to great while other organizations remain only good. Rigorously supported by evidence, his findings are surprising – at times even shocking – to the modern mind.
The Toyota Way Fieldbook By Jeffrey Liker
Jeffrey Liker first revealed the management principles Toyota’s worldwide reputation for quality and reliability in the international bestseller The Toyota Way.
Now, he and Toyota veteran David Meier take those lessons a step further with The Toyota Way Fieldbook. You’ll receive the diagnostic tools, worksheets, and exercises–many adapted from Toyota originals–so you can craft the most effective approach for your organization.
Blue Ocean Strategy By W. Chan Kim
Written by the business world’s new gurus, Blue Ocean Strategy continues to challenge everything you thought you knew about competing in today’s crowded market place. Based on a study of 150 strategic moves spanning more than a hundred years and thirty industries, authors W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne argue that lasting success comes from creating ‘blue oceans’: untapped new market spaces ripe from growth.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People By Stephen R. Covey
Hugely acclaimed, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People discusses and brings together the many closely relatable dilemmas that people are most often faced with, on both the professional and the personal fronts of their lives. The book, in combination, offers its readers with integrated and rationally augmented solutions to face these problems head on and fix them with integrity.
The Goal By Eliyahu M. Goldratt
The main protagonist of the story is Alex Rogo who is a manager of the production plant of UniCo Manufacturing. The plant schedules run behind time and are in extremely low efficiency levels, posing a threat to the sustainability of the company. In the event of such an emergency situation, Bill Peach, a company executive informs Alex that the latter has three months in hand to convert the plant into a profitable and successful one. A parallel story of Alex’s troubled marriage develops through the book.
Cartoon Guide to Statistics By Larry Gonick
If you have ever looked for P-values by shopping at P mart, tried to watch the Bernoulli Trails on “People’s Court,” or think that the standard deviation is a criminal offense in six states, then you need The Cartoon Guide to Statistics to put you on the road to statistical literacy.
The One Thing The One Thing
The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results is a 2013 book written by authors Gary Keller and Jay Papasan. The book, The One Thing, explains how the habit to succeed can be incorporated in our life to overcome the hurdles like the lies that will block our success, the thieves that will steal our time and increase our concentration in the purpose, the way we prioritize and the productivity of our business.