Here is a review of our favourite business, strategy, and leadership books. Just the ones we have read and swear by ourselves. If they don't make it into our articles or if we don't love them, they don't make this list. We'll keep expanding this list over time so make sure to check back. Happy reading, happy growing!
Being on Mission

Being On Mission

by Mark McGregor. This powerful leadership book about Mark's "10 Principles of Leadership & Life" tells the story of Michael Weber, a typical, overworked manager who we can all relate to. When Michael hits rock bottom he meets his mentors who help him find his mission. Must read!


Execution - The Discipline of Getting Things Done

by Larry Bossidy & Ram Charan. One of my favourite business books overall. Bossidy & Charan not only explain how to execute strategy but how to run a business and deliver results. No nonsense. Just useful, proven insights on every page.

Good To Great

Good To Great

Why Some Companies Make The Leap... And Others Don't by Jim Collins. This often quoted gem is a must read for any aspiring entrepreneur and industrialist. Empirical, time-transcending evidence on how to create great companies.

Playing to Win

Playing to Win - How Strategy Really Works

by A.G. Lafley & Roger L. Martin. We love this book. It's about as pragmatic a corporate strategy guide as there is. Lafley provides lots of examples from P&G. And OGSM receives its time in the spotlight. Great for corporate strategists and those dreaming of building their small business into the conglomerate of the future.
1 Page Business Strategy

The 1 Page Business Strategy

by Marc van Eck & Ellen Leenhouts. Arguably the best practitioners' guide on OGSM in print. Simple. Pragmatic. Tips & examples included. Great for anyone looking for a quick, practical how-to guide.
7 Habits

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

by Stephen R. Covey. The classic personal productivity helper that doesn't need any further introduction. If it's not yet in your personal library, don't waste another day without it.