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Jeff Shuey
Managing Director & Evangelist
NuNalu
jshueywa.blogspot.com
@jshuey
jeff@nunalu.com
Linkedin/JeffShuey
My Favor...
Jungle Rules
by John Imlay
This was before my time in the software
industry, but it sure seems like it was a
fun time for ...
Sacred Cows make the
Best Burgers by Robert Kriegel
My favorite line from this book is …
“Don’t Pave the Cow Paths”
which ...
The Circle of Innovation
by Tom Peters
Tom has a lot of books and content out
there and I had a hard time picking just one...
Crossing the Chasm
by Geoffrey Moore
I have also been fortunate enough to see
Geoffrey present live. I was working for
Fil...
The Essential Drucker
by Peter F. Drucker
Again, I was fortunate enough to get to
see Peter Drucker do a live Q&A at
Clare...
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My favorite business books

These are a few of my favorite Business Books. I have read each of these several times. That's how good they are.

Drop a comment here with your favorite books.

Including my own book I co-wrote with a bunch of really smart Microsoft SharePoint experts. Click on the links to get the books. Next time you are in Seattle the coffee is on me.

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My favorite business books

  1. 1. Jeff Shuey Managing Director & Evangelist NuNalu jshueywa.blogspot.com @jshuey jeff@nunalu.com Linkedin/JeffShuey My Favorite Business Books
  2. 2. Jungle Rules by John Imlay This was before my time in the software industry, but it sure seems like it was a fun time for all. Some of the antics and tactics employed are classic. This book can be hard to find. It’s sometimes listed as out of print. If you can’t find a copy send me a note – I’ll share mine and we can pass it around.
  3. 3. Sacred Cows make the Best Burgers by Robert Kriegel My favorite line from this book is … “Don’t Pave the Cow Paths” which as an engineer and as someone involved in the ECM and BPM industries for 20+ years it resonates very nicely.
  4. 4. The Circle of Innovation by Tom Peters Tom has a lot of books and content out there and I had a hard time picking just one. To me the best thing from Tom is seeing him present live. I have been fortunate enough to see him twice. He brings it!
  5. 5. Crossing the Chasm by Geoffrey Moore I have also been fortunate enough to see Geoffrey present live. I was working for FileNet (now owned by IBM) and this was just about the time “Crossing the Chasm” was coming out.
  6. 6. The Essential Drucker by Peter F. Drucker Again, I was fortunate enough to get to see Peter Drucker do a live Q&A at Claremont College. He was in his 80’s yet still on top of his game. His insights from 30+ years ago are still being applied today They have helped form the foundation for many successful companies and industries.

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