- member since July 30, 2008
Manish Sehgal’s last login was Monday, January 7, 2013.
I apologies for answering only one year after your message :S I'm not comming to shelfari that often.
Probably you have already read a lot of interesting books.
I am still looking for a book of Entreprenuership that I found it awsome...
The one that you've read of Steve Jobs is quite motivating, the iCon.
There is one book very well known that is about chage in organizations and is called "Who moved my cheese?". Perhaps you already read it, but for me it was definately a memorable book.
The rules of P&G, despite being a litle boring to read, it has all the main praticable aspects that any company needs to solve while it is developing a brand.
If I remember any better book, I'll let you know.
Nice to meet you. If you look below my shelf, you will find a tag for consulting and consulting industry with some good books. You've probably figured out I'm highly skeptical of consultants, especially after reading The Witch Doctors, which I would suggest you read first. As for good books on the practice of consulting, I'm convinced you should read anything and everything by Peter Drucker, the best management consultant ever. I'm also a big fan of Henry Mintzberg and Clayton Christensen. If you click on my "bbb" tag, you will find my all-time "best business books" picks, and my tag "top ten business books" narrows it down even further. Drucker is #1.
Hope that helps.