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Five Books For The Restaurateur

So you wanna be a restaurateur? Learn from the best with these books.

Book Review: The Real Life MBA: Your No-BS Guide To Winning The Game, Building A Team And Growing Your Career by Jack & Suzy Welch

A no-holds barred look at what you as an individual need to do to be able to work effectively in a team environment

Book Review: inGenius by Dr. Tina Seelig

When Dr. Tina Seelig, Professor of the Practice in the Department of Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University, writes a book about how creativity is a critical factor in business, you know it will be chock full of solid tools and implementation ideas.

Book Review: 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do By Amy Morin

At first glance, this is the farthest thing from a book that applies to corporate culture, but a deeper read shows that it is a great self-improvement tool.

Book Review: Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, And The Quest For A Fantastic Future By Ashlee Vance

Ashlee Vance explores Musk's beginnings, ventures, and most importantly his vision for the future of humankind.

Book Review: Stuff I Wish I'd Known When I Started Working By Fergus O'Connell

As people move up the corporate ladder, they take with them their experiences, and one day look back ruefully and think that they wish they would've known at the beginning of their careers what they do now.

Book Review: Do Cool SH*T By Miki Agrawal

It would be a safe bet to say that each of us at one time or another has woken up, looked at aspects of our lives (work or personal), and found that change is necessary.

Book Review: The Naked CEO: The Truth You Need To Build A Big Life by Alex Malley

Using years of experience, Malley gives plentiful of advice that's a mixture of self-help and business tactics.

Book Review: Measurement Madness By Dina Gray, Pietro Micheli And Andrey Pavlov

A book review on measuring the performance of your team members and organization.

Book Review: Dataclysm: Who We Are When We Think No One Is Looking By Christian Rudder

Christian Rudder discusses how our every click, our every like and retweet give companies an idea of who we are, and where we fit into a marketing demographic.