July 13, 2024

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McKinsey Recommends Reading These 9 Business Books This Year

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  • McKinsey & Company published its annual book recommendations list this week.
  • It spans more than 90 titles across genres like personal development, workplace culture, and tech.
  • Here’s a look at the 9 business and economics books on the management consulting firm’s list.

If you’re fleshing out your summer reading list now, save some room for a few more titles.

Management consulting firm McKinsey & Company this week published its annual list of book recommendations.

The list includes more than 90 books across 10 genres: biography and memoir; business and economics; fiction; health; history; personal development; politics; sustainability; technology; and workplace culture.

The recommendations came from global business figures, including CEOs, founders, editors-in-chief, and some McKinsey leaders.

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McKinsey’s book recommendations come from global business figures, including CEOs, founders, and editors-in-chief.

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Here are the 9 books McKinsey recommended in the business and economics genre:

  • “Design Social Change: Take Action, Work Toward Equity, and Challenge the Status Quo” by Lesley-Ann Noel
  • “The Formula: How Rogues, Geniuses, and Speed Freaks Reengineered F1 into the World’s Fastest-Growing Sport” by Joshua Robinson and Jonathan Clegg
  • “How Legendary Leaders Speak: 451 Proven Communication Strategies of the World’s Top Leaders” by Peter D. Andrei
  • “Inner Drive: From Underdog to Global Company” by Arsen Tomsky
  • “The Journey of Leadership: How CEOs Learn to Lead from the Inside Out” by Dana Maor, Hans-Werner Kaas, Kurt Strovink, and Ramesh Srinivasan
  • “Possible: How We Survive (and Thrive) in an Age of Conflict” by William Ury
  • “Trillion Dollar Coach: The Leadership Playbook of Silicon Valley’s Bill Campbell” by Eric Schmidt, Jonathan Rosenberg, and Alan Eagle
  • “What I Learned About Investing from Darwin” by Pulak Prasad
  • “What Went Wrong with Capitalism” by Ruchir Sharma

You can find the full list of recommendations, including books in every other genre, here.


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