You are proud of your business. You believe in the product or service you offer—now you have to make others sit up and take notice. But with 5.4 million new business applications filed in the US in 2021 alone, what steps can you take to truly stand out?
Fortunately, we have an answer for you. Or rather, we know a few smart thinkers who do. Check out the five amazing books below to find out how other companies are making an impact—and how yours can too.
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Ideaflow: The Only Business Metric That Matters
Written by Jeremy Utley and Perry Klebahn
With the proven system in this book, entrepreneurs, managers and leaders will learn how to find amazing and valuable ideas on demand and fill the creative pipeline with breakthrough ideas. Listen to our Book Bite summary, read by co-authors Jeremy Utley and Perry Klebahn, on the Next Big Idea App.
Action!: How Discipline and Creativity Will Free You and Your Business
Written by Mike Paton and Lisa González
This deep dive into EOS’s revolutionary approach to empowering the company’s operations will help leaders of all companies—from startups to established organizations—run better businesses. and live a better life. Listen to our Book Bite summary, read by co-author Lisa González, on the Next Big Idea App.
The Tao of Alibaba: Inside China’s Digital Giant Is Changing the World
By Brian A. Wong
From Alibaba’s long-time executive and former special assistant Jack Ma, this is the first book to explain how Alibaba’s unique culture and tai chi management principles exemplify trade and economic development for the rest of the world. Listen to our Book Bite summary, read by author Brian A. Wong, on the Next Big Idea App
The Unicorn Inside: How Companies Can Create Game-Changing Games at Startup Speed
Written by Linda Yates
Imagine if multinational hotel groups had founded Airbnb, or if major car companies had started Uber, or if Blockbuster had founded Netflix. Large companies can start new businesses. You have the ideas, the talent, the style, and the capital, and you can take revenge. Listen to our Book Bite summary, read by author Linda Yates, on the Next Big Idea App
Decimal Decisions: Balancing Intuition and Data
By Christopher Frank, Paul Magnone, and Oded Netzer
The theory of random mixing, Decisions On Decimals it combines data intelligence and human judgment to achieve action—a cutting-edge approach the authors call Quantitative Intuition (QI). Listen to our Book Bite summary, read by co-authors Christopher Frank, Paul Magnone, and Oded Netzer, on the Next Big Idea App.
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