The Battle for Management’s Future Best Books for 2011

Best Management Book for 2011

My interim blog for this week points to the addition to the site of my Strategy+Business essay, The Battle for Management’s Future.

My scope for these best books essays is “management”, narrowly defined, so it excludes categories like Leadership and Strategy that are covered by other writers. I reviewed Bob Lutz’ Car Guys vs. Bean Counters, Roger Martin’s Fixing the Game and Tim Harford’s Adapt: Why Success Always Starts with Failure.

I selected Roger Martin’s book as the best management book for 2011 because of its compelling analogies, bold recommendations and reasoned arguments. But all three books have much to commend them.

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