Decision Dimension's Bookshelf

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Steve Jobs
by Walter Isaacson

Everyone knows Steve Jobs as one of world's greatest innovators.  His success is attributable to focus on a few key projects and products versus many.  Taking the Apple management team offsite to select the two or three key projects each year was clearly an ingredient to achieving innovative success. #AvoidtheGoodIdeaTrap

Delivering Happiness
by Tony Hsieh

Good insights into the culture at Zappos and delivering great customer service. 


Tough Choices
by Carly Fiorina

Carly Fiorina does a great job detailing the concepts of change and risk.  Leaders need courage to make the changes and take the risks inherent in change to move their organizations forward.

The E-Myth Revisited
by Michael E. Gerber

A must read for any small business owner.  Even larger enterprises can benefit from clarifying the fundamentals of the various business functions.

Silos, Politics and Turf Wars
by Patrick Lencioni

Big fan of all of the Patrick Lencioni books but this is one of my favorites.  It highlights the importance of establishing a goal as a rallying cry for your team or entire organization.