CFO Bookshelf stays updated on the latest business book releases and lists the relevant titles you might be interested in. All books are presented by publish date.
That Will Never Work: The Birth of Netflix and the Amazing Life of an Idea – Published September 16, 2019
Comments: CFO Bookshelf finished this book, and it’s outstanding. If you are interested in the history of Netflix, then this book of innovation is for you.
What it Takes: Lessons in the Pursuit of Excellence – Published September 17, 2019
Comments: CFO Bookshelf will be reading this in the 4th quarter of 2019.
Shut Up and Listen – Published September 17, 2019
Comments: CFO Bookshelf has already read this and gives it a resounding thumbs up.
DataStory: Explain Data and Inspire Action Through Story – Published September 17, 2019
Comments: DataStory is by the same author who brought us Resonate. CFO Bookshelf is looking forward to reading this latest book by Nancy Duarte.
The Ride of a Lifetime: Lessons Learned from 15 Years as CEO of the Walt Disney Company – Published September 23, 2019
Comments: Many CEO biographies are by founders, not long-time W-2 leaders. That’s why CFO Bookshelf is looking forward to this book.
Edison – to be released October 22, 2019
Comments: CFO Bookshelf is a raving fan of business history and biographies. This new book by Edmund Morris should hit the spot.
The Team that Managed Itself by Christina Wodtke will be released on October, 22, 2019.
Comments: Wodtke is not a household name, but she popped up on our radar when she wrote her book about OKRs, well before John Doerr wrote his. Accordingly, we’re waiting for this book, but it does weigh in at 400-plus pages.
The Unicorn Project: A Novel About Developers, Digital Disruption, and Thriving in the Age of Data – to be released November 26, 2019
Comments: If you liked The Phoenix Project, then you might like this new book by the same co-author. CFO Bookshelf has already pre-ordered the book and will read it upon release.
Leadership Strategy and Tactics: Field Manual – to be released January 14, 2020
Comments: This title looks intriguing, so CFO Bookshelf will be reading this after the 2020 release.
All books above are sorted by release date. CFO Bookshelf updates this page about the 15th of each month.