The Literary Platform. Top 100 Best Books for Managers, Leaders & Humans - NOOP.NL. Ladies and gentlemen… In this post I proudly present the Top 100 Best Books for Managers, Leaders & Humans.
I have created this list using three different criteria: 1) number of Amazon reviews, 2) average Amazon rating, and 3) number of Google hits. Please refer to the bottom of this post to find out how I performed the calculations, and why that obscure and silly little favorite book of yours has not made it on this list. The book with the largest number of Amazon reviews is Freakonomics (#53, by Steven D.
Levitt, Stephen J. The winner in this list is The Success Principle (by Jack Canfield, Janet Switzer). Do you seek more advice about modern Management and Leadership? Get the book! Management 3.0 Leading Agile Developers, Developing Agile Leaders As for the rest of the books and authors, see for yourself… Alright, I tricked you. Audience I have created the list for three kinds of people: Doing the Calculations Then it was time to do the calculations. Feedback Please! Wait!
Shmoop: Study Guides & Teacher Resources. Literature.org - The Online Literature Library. Cognitive Edge - Influential Books. 25 Great Thinkers Every College Student Should Read - Learn-gasm. By Donna Scott College is for expanding one’s intellectual horizons.
Unfortunately, drinking and having fun, can distract from learning about history’s great thinkers. From Mark Twain to Confucius, an educated individual should posses some knowledge of certain philosophers, artists and thinkers. Here are 25 great thinkers every college student should read, even if professors don’t assign them.
Western Philosophers Western universities understandably tend to focus on Western philosophers and thinkers. Ralph Waldo Emerson: Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Emerson was an influential figure in the first recognized American school of philosophical thought. Eastern Thinkers Eastern philosophies have proven influential on figures throughout history from Marco Polo to the Beatles. Statesman Polls show few people trust politicians. Winston Churchill: In his nation’s darkest hour, Winston Churchill served as a beacon of inspiration and support. Writers and Artists.
A Model of Christian Charity. Introduction John Beardsley This is Winthrop’s most famous thesis, written on board the Arbella, 1630.
We love to imagine the occasion when he personally spoke this oration to some large portion of the Winthrop fleet passengers during or just before their passage. In an age not long past, when the Puritan founders were still respected by the educational establishment, this was required reading in many courses of American history and literature. However, it was often abridged to just the first and last few paragraphs. This left the overture of the piece sounding unkind and fatalistic, and the finale rather sternly zealous. Winthrop’s genius was logical reasoning combined with a sympathetic nature. Winthrop’s intent was to prepare the people for planting a new society in a perilous environment, but his practical wisdom is timeless. Redacted and introduced by John Beardsley, Editor in Chief, the Winthrop Society Quarterly. The Reason hereof: 1st Reason. 2nd Reason. 3rd Reason.