10 business books that are worth reading over the summer

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list of books for the summer - an excellent school tradition that every thinking and focus on the self-development of man would be nice to continue and after the last bell rang.Take note of a few great new books from those that offers Business Insider, - and the three summer months will bring you a lot of new knowledge about the business.

Elon Musk, Ashlee Vance

Elon Musk - the billionaire head of SpaceX and Tesla.His mission in life he called the salvation of mankind from self-destruction.Ashlee Vance, a reporter Bloomberg Businessweek, has received an unprecedented opportunity to communicate with his own mask and loved ones.In her work Musk appears a man who always felt a desire to change the world, despite the difficulty of finding one's place in it, and a leader - at the same time difficult to work together, but also incredibly inspiring.

Work Rules !, Laszlo Bock

Bock joined Google as Vice President of Human Resources in 2006, he witnessed how the company with six thousand employees it has become a giant corporation, increase staff almostten times.And while Google is constantly tops the ranking of the best employers.Bock in the book takes the reader behind the scenes and talks about the strategies that have made Google an exceptional place to work.

Straight to Hell, John LeFerv

LeFerv - a former trader of the bank Citigroup, which became famous thanks to his account in Twitter Goldman Sachs Elevator, which is entirely impregnated by a satire on Wall Street and its inhabitants, which makes fun of callousness and ignorance of some bankers andinvestors.His book - part of a satirical work, in part - a memoir reflecting his "implacable" view of the financial world.The book will be released in July.

Digital Gold, Nathaniel Popper

last year edition of Newsweek caused quite a stir by saying that she had found the creator currency Bitcoin.However, representatives of the community Bitcoin-soon said that the publication is likely to found the wrong guy.But Popper, a reporter for New York Times, seems to really find out who created Bitcoin, and his work Digital Gold is the most comprehensive overview of the history of currency.

The Misfit Economy, Alex Clay and Kyra Maya Phillips

In this book, the authors have studied the model of organized criminal groups, like the Somali pirates and counterfeiters Brazil.The conclusion was a surprise: it turns out, these stigmatized people show remarkable ingenuity and original innovative methods and practices that can be a good idea to apply for an "official market".This book motivates readers not to discard additional management styles, even if they "came" from unpleasant characters, and regularly experiment at the workplace.The book goes on sale in late June.

When to Rob a Bank, Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner

economists Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner mark the tenth anniversary of his bestseller "Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything" that released a collection of their favorite blog posts for those same ten years.From the book you will learn a lot about the psychology of lying, why rob a bank - not a bad idea because of the ethical component of the act, but because of the dreaded "return" on investment.

The Road to Character, David Brooks

New York Times columnist David Brooks writes that increased preoccupation with personal online brand will not lead to any good.In his book, he examines the various biographies of famous people, from St. Augustine (theologian and philosopher) to Dorothy Day (American journalist, activist and public figure) and clearly illustrates his point: the true success is to be closely associated with selflessness and socializing with others.

The Eureka Factor, John and Mark Beeman Kunyoshi

Two neurologist, author of the book, his entire scientific career to devote to explore how the creative process manifests itself in the brain.Their work is a collection of studies that talk about the moments that welcome exclamation "Eureka!"(Ie that when the brain breaks through the confusion of thought and understanding comes an issue).

Rise of the Robots, Martin Ford

Robots are getting smarter and sooner or later will take away your job, writes Martin Ford, an entrepreneur and software developer.But Ford says about robots surprisingly interesting and without anxiety, he tells about the amazing fascinating evolution of artificial intelligence - from elementary machines to "think" programs, which eventually will replace service workers, journalists and programmers.

Holacracy, Brian Robertson

famous shoe retailer Zappos currently works as holakratiya - a system in which the roles and responsibilities of managers eliminated.Generally holakratiya - concept for understanding rather complicated, but its creator Brian Robertson explains its relatively simple language.Who would have thought about this system, this alternative approach to management will be the focus in the next few years and we'll see how it will affect employees worldwide.The book will be released on June 2.

Ksenia Gerasimova

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