Free Business books and Management books for starting a business or developing one.

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Business books have always been popular as we seek out better ways to build and run our businesses or get ahead in our jobs. They tend to be practical, how-to guides focusing on specific topics or biographical of business leaders.

Some of the key sub categories will include the following:

Finance, accounting and tax books tend to be very practical and may support gaining professional qualification or taking that fundamental learning to the next level. However, you can also find books specifically written for non financial people to give enough understanding of accounting to know how a business fits together.

Making money in the stock market through investing is a very popular category. Many finance books exist that range from the get rich quick type techniques through to detailed understanding of how the stock market and financial instruments work. General management books will try to teach and encourage you to be a better manager. Managing a business, department or team is a complex task and requires a broad range of skills. Learn new techniques with management books.

Economics books range from the classics and fundamental thinking of economics through to modern day thinking as social dynamic change.

Most would say that people are a company’s people are its greatest assets. The human resources function plays a key role in looking after people. Learn more about human resources or build your skillset with a book.

A business is nothing if it can’t get its products in front of potential customers and then convert them into orders. Sales and marketing functions pick up this task and there are many business books to build techniques and skills or to discuss new thinking on how to channel a product to the market.

Much of the economy is made up of small businesses and there are plenty of entrepreneurs starting out on a daily basis. Consequently, there are how-to guides for setting up and running a business. It usually takes a while before you can have different departments picking up their tasks and the owner will need to cover everything herself. Its useful to have a guide to hand, especially if you are a creative and lack the business experience.

The final popular area of business books to read are biographies. You can find the stories of every major entrepreneur of business leader in book format. So whether you want to know how Richard Branson got to where he is today or what Jack Welch’s management philosophy is you can find a book to tell you. Not only are these kind of books great stories but there is some learning that you can apply to your own circumstances.



Business & Management Books

Earliest published books appear first. Newest books last. Latest books on last page.
101 Steps to Success
Advertising for Results by G.F. Brown
Creative Management for Creative Teams by Mark McGuinness
An Introduction to the Enneagram by Mark McGuinness
How to Motivate Creative People by Mark McGuinness
Time Management for Creative People by Mark McGuinness
The Facts and Fictions of the Securities Industry by Sam Vaknin
The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles
Capitalistic Musings by Sam Vaknin
The Labour Divide by Sam Vaknin
The Exporter's Handbook by Sam Vaknin
Corruption and Financial Crime by Sam Vaknin
Small Business Manual by Sam Vaknin
A Business Guide to Twitter by John Royle
The Little Guide To Beating Procrastination, Perfectionism and Blocks by Hillary Rettig
Wall Street by Doug Henwood
Staff Recruitment Survival Guide by Suzanne Fleming
A Brief Guide to Starting a Home Based Business - Ian Nicholson
Social Bookmarking Intelligence - Laura Maya
Living More Life by Don Mortimer
Showcasing Innovative Greece by Christos Bezirtzoglou
The Art of War by Sun Tzu
800+ Free Classifieds Directory by Shophi Rajesh
Finance Certifications by Ron Corporon
Monetizing Online Forums by Patrick O'Keefe
Better Ways to Manage Meetings Adi Walker, Bryan Walker and Richard Walker
How to Succeed in Your Work: a tool kit by Dr. Bryan Walker
Finding Success in Forex Trading by Rick Wright
Google PPC For Small Businesses: A Beginner's Guide.
Effective Stock Strategies and Portfolio Management by Luka Milicevic
Use these business books to start and develop your entrepreneurial streak. Rather than wait for opportunity to find you, you need to find them. This might be looking for business opportunities in the paper regarding small businesses being sold, great real estate opportunities, and investments with stocks, bonds, or mutual funds. People that have reached high financial status will tell you that they will seize opportunities, they do not wait for opportunities to come knocking on their door. Find your talent and turnit into an entrepreneurial adventure!