The Indispensible Ideas of 2009 – Harvard Business Review META Book lists of the year 2009

Great to see that some of the books reviewed over here are covered as being indispensible ideas of 2009. Will order now Roger Martin and Peter Weill’s IT Savy.

Found at http://hbr.org/web/extras/2010/bestof2009

Indispensible Ideas of 2009

2009 was a year of unprecedented change. The global economic crisis caused us to reevaluate every aspect of business, from strategy to innovation to managing resources. Throughout all of this, Harvard Business Press remained a trusted source for the best ideas and advice on weathering tough economic times.

Selected by leading business publications worldwide, below are the Harvard Business Press books that topped 2009’s "Best of" lists. These titles not only wowed the critics, they also helped thousands of managers like you survive and thrive in today’s complex business world.

Financial Times
Best Business Books of 2009

  • Clever, by Rob Goffee and Gareth Jones

Fast Company
Best Business Books of 2009

Best Design and Architecture Books of 2009

Globe & Mail
Best of 2009 Books

Strategy + Business
Best Business Books 2009

CIO Insight
Best IT-Business Books of 2009

Read more at http://hbr.org/web/extras/2010/bestof2009

3 thoughts on “The Indispensible Ideas of 2009 – Harvard Business Review META Book lists of the year 2009

  1. Great list. I am halfway through “Wired for Thought” and it has completely changed the way I think about the Internet and the brain.

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