Read why and how women can lean in instead of leaning back in a summary of a famous book by Facebook's COO - Sheryl Sandberg.
What habits do visionary companies share to achieve success? Find out in our chapter-by-chapter summary of Built to Last by Jim Collins.
Learn how to become an emotionally intelligent leader in our summary of Daniel Goleman's iconic book "Emotional Intelligence."
The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic led to a shift in traditional consulting models, which made consulting face new challenges and come up with new ideas.
It's easier to relate to a fable than a theory. That's why this summary of Our Iceberg is Melting - on the surface, a little story about penguins - is packed full of vital change management lessons.
Discover why you shouldn't resist change and how to embrace it with our summary of "Who Moved My Cheese" by Dr. Spencer Johnson.
While there are no shortcuts to becoming an effective manager, there's a book that can point you in the right direction. Read our summary of a classic - "The One Minute Manager" by Ken Blanchard.
Management can be tough, but you can learn your way through it with practice. If you need theory, this list of top management books and their summaries will help.
If you're a newly promoted leader or want to become one, this book summary is for you. The First 90 Days by Michael Watkins will prepare you for the journey ahead.
What sets great companies from the rest? Read on and get the answers with our summary of Good to Great by Jim Collins.
Unlearn the old scientific habits of managing work and become an evolutionary organization with our summary of Brave New Work by Aaron Dignan.
Are you ready to make your team’s goals more meaningful? With our summary of Measure What Matters by John Doerr, you'll learn how to implement the OKR system for any team or organization.
We all want to be leaders. But what does it take to be a good one? Learn how to lead from a place of compassion and empathy with a book summary of Dare to Lead by Brene Brown.
Not sure how to change your habits or build new ones? We have the perfect book summary for you. In Atomic Habits, James Clear shows us how to build habits that stick.
To focus on the big picture, we need to remember small things in life. The summary of The Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande will help you get it right.
Required reading for anyone interested in how we think! In this summary of Thinking, Fast and Slow, we'll dive into the concepts that have made Daniel Kahneman's book an absolute classic of modern psychology.
We've all had those awkward conversations that we wish we could forget. But it doesn't have to repeat. Learn how to have difficult, emotionally-charged conversations with our summary of Crucial Conversations.
Can software engineering woes be solved by focusing on people, not tech? This book summary of “Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams” will help you decide for yourself!
Is it possible for an IT team to transform their way of working, and save their company in the process? This summary of "The Phoenix Project" is going to take you through the key learnings from their experience.
What's the secret sauce that helps effective teams perform so well? That's the concept that Daniel Coyle wanted to explore in his book, "The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups”. Our summary will take you through the key points he discovered.
Start organizing your teams the right way with our summary of Team Topologies by Manuel Pais and Matthew Skelton.
Do you know the difference between skills and competencies? Here's how to tell them apart to improve your skills management process.
Sometimes the simplest approach is the most effective. In our summary of "The One Thing", we break down this classic book which argues that success is a matter of prioritizing radically and focusing intently.
The 9/80 work schedule is a popular option for companies that want to give their employees more time off. Learn what it's all about and if it stands a chance in your business.
In a world full of shallow distractions, the ability to do focused "Deep Work" is a super power that can set you apart from the crowd. This summary will give you the essentials you need to start working deeply.
Want to become better at negotiation, but don't know where to start? Kick off with a summary of Chris Voss' best-selling book "Never Split the Difference." Learn the techniques from FBI and how to use them.
If something feels a bit "off" with how your team works together, The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team is the book for you. Our summary will help you get to the bottom of those tricky interpersonal dynamics before they escalate.
Want to run better meetings and make faster decisions? Use the Six Thinking Hats method described by Edward de Bono in his iconic book that encourages critical thinking.
Don't have time to read Start With WHY by Simon Sinek? Here's a book summary part by part.
Radical Candor by Kim Scott is a must-read for any manager who wants to create an environment where people feel safe to speak their minds, get their jobs done, and feel respected.
The Making of a Manager by Julie Zhuo is an essential read for anyone working in tech. Here's the summary chapter by chapter.
The year's best management book, "Nine Lies About Work" by Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall, calls into question some of the ideas that underlie today's management practices, a lot of which are decades old. Read a short summary of each.