Estimated reading time: 5 minutes
No one person knows everything! Not even a manager, director or CEO of a big company. Are you a director, CEO or leader of an organization? The following titles are must read books for your body of information.
Getting to YES: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In – by Roger Fisher and William L. Ury
Roger Fisher (pseudonym), former director of the negotiation and innovation project at Harvard, specializes in conflict management and negotiation. In his book “Getting To Yes”, he demonstrates the structure of interpersonal negotiation, by underlying a reference to the labor and teamwork delegation.
This book gives us improved practices to address problems, interests and conflicts, exhibits the power of mutual agreement, business collaboration and the unspoken power of objective thought.
Survival is Not Enough – by Seth Godin
Seth Godin is the guru of marketing. In this book he transforms the Darwinian theory of specie evolution in a metaphor arguing how companies need to constantly change in order to adapt to a unstable economic environment. Godin’s original approach, arguing real cases, make this book an imperative read for any great business person.
Godin’s convincing proposal offers each reader a reflective element about the importance of adaptation to changing realities and technological forces that move today’s businesses, especially culture 2.0.