List Of The Best Business Books Of All Time

List Of The Best Business Books Of All Time

  •  Mastering Private Equity 2 sets – Claudia Zeisberger, Michael Prahl
    The best equity teaching textbook has been found.
  • Fooled by Randomness – Nassim Nicholas Taleb
    This book is not worthy of such a high position. But this is a book that no one dares to translate so leave this place for fun.
  • Options, Futures, and other Derivatives – John Hull.

Books that teach fresh money on the stock exchange. Just having a new product coming out is known to know how to make money with it, but nowhere to study. This book is a worldwide derivative ordinance, taught at most business schools.

  • The Hard Thing about Hard Things – Ben Horowitz

    The best startup book of all time.

  •  Good to Great – Jim Collins
    This book is too good, from review.
  • The Effective Executive – Peter F. Drucker



The best management books .

  • Business Analysis and Valuation – Krishna Palepu
    The most readable business analysis textbook.
  • Sprint: How to Solve Big Problems and Test New Ideas in Just Five Days – Knapp, Zeratsky, Kowitz
    Books like titles, teach each step to do a trial run of the project in 5 days
  • The Long Tail – Chris Anderson
    Sales strategy, retail, how to build a business model.
  • Crossing the Chasm – Geoffrey A. Moore
    The biggest challenge of starting a business is selling enough to pass the initial threshold to mainstream. This book teaches a way of looking at sales over the threshold.
  • Work Rules! – Laszlo Bock
    Google-style workbooks.
  • The Art of the Start – Guy Kawasaki
    Also a startup book is very practical.
  • How Google Works – Eric Schmidt, Jonathan Rosenberg
    Former Google president shared about Google.
  • Irrational Exuberance – Robert Shiller
    The book was written to warn the economic crisis. But learn to stock up from here.
  •  One Up on Wall Street – Peter Lynch
    This is the only book about stock that read at the beginning. The other volumes, including Intelligent Investor, cannot enter the head.
  • The Essays of Warren Buffett
    Summary of management, investment, risk management views of Warren Buffett.
  •  CFA Equity Level 2
    CFA certificate has 3 levels, 6 books each. The rate of passing all 3 levels in the first test is 3%. Equity level 2 is the best book on basic investment analysis.
  • Martin S. Fridson, Financial Statement Analysis – Fernando Alvarez
    Teach how to read financial statements out of the story. It is possible to use the stock to get a job.

  • Measure What Matters – John Doerr
    Teach set targets for management.
  • Leadership is an Art – Max Depree
    Book leadership & motivation.
  • Value at Risk – Philippe Jorion
    If not working in the risk management department, it is not necessary to use these skills to teach, but this is a book that teaches how to apply statistical probability to see the world very well.
  • No B.S. Price Strategy – Dan S. Kennedy
    How to set product prices.
  • Corporate Finance – Ross Westerfield
    This is the most basic and easy to read financial book. Knowledge from here can be immediately applied to many non-financial areas.
  • The Sense of Style – Steven Pinker
    English writing book.

  • Financial Modelling – Simon Benninga
    Books to teach basic financial models.
  •  A Guide to the Body Management Project of Knowledge – Project Management Institute
  • Venture Deals – Brad Feld, Jason Menseldon
    Book about how VC works. But what is worth is the legal form in the appendix.