Literature To Lead By

How to be a 21st-century boss-and how it can go wrong

No matter how trendy the dotcoms get, these three new books show that some elements of success never change: You need good ideas and the ability to lead-and, no matter how smart or rich you are, you have to accept the possibility of failure.



If you've come across a great book that's motivated, inspired or taught you ways to grow your business better, let us know. We'll pass it on to other readers looking for solutions-or mere inspiration. Write to us at entmag@entrepreneur.com.

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This article was originally published in the November 2000 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Literature To Lead By.

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