By Clayton M. Christensen (1997)
Pages: 229,Final verdict: Must-read
How do disruptive technologies cause great companies to fail? In his most famous
book, The Innovator's Dilemma, Clayton Christensen explores the process by which
very well managed companies let themselves be disrupted by new technologies. And
the catch is: they...
By Guy Kawasaki (2015)
Pages: 316, Final verdict: Great-read
The Art of the Start 2.0 is the follow up to the 2004 guide for creating a
company The Art of Start [http://amzn.to/2xhrECD], now revised to take into
account the huge development in the startup world since...
By Steve Blank (2005)
Pages: 288,Final verdict: Should-read
Many of us dream of building a successful startup. I know I do. We think of fast
product iterations, getting to your customers, and having a lean and agile
organisation. But long before Lean Startup
By Phil Knight (2016)
Pages: 386, Final verdict: Great-read
Where did the biggest athletics company in the world start? Shoe Dog tells the
story of Nike, and its humble beginnings in Oregon, United States, through the
eyes of its founder and longtime CEO Phil Knight.
In fact, Shoe Dog is...
By Peter Thiel (2014)
Pages: 195, Final verdict: Should-read
Do you think that monopolies are bad or that first movers always have the
advantage in business? Then be prepared to get your ideas challenged by Peter
Thiel, one of the most influential entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley, founder of