The Library

All reviews of books, podcasts, articles, etc

Behold! The collective wisdom of the strategy world.

(Titles link to my summary/review. Items without links haven’t been summarized/reviewed yet. This document serves as a roadmap for “things of the week” to come.)

Books

Strategy Classics

  • Competitive Strategy, by Michael Porter (amazon)
  • Competitive Advantage, by Michael Porter (amazon)
  • The Innovator’s Dilemma, by Clayton Christensen (amazon)
  • The Innovator’s Solution, by Clayton Christensen (amazon)
  • Seeing What’s Next, by Clayton Christensen (amazon)
  • 7 Powers, by Hamilton Helmer (amazon)
  • Good Strategy, Bad Strategy, by Richard Rumelt (amazon)
  • Turning the Flywheel, by Jim Collins (amazon)
  • Good to Great, by Jim Collins (amazon)
  • Great by Choice, by Jim Collins (amazon)
  • Zero to One, by Peter Thiel (amazon)
  • The Practice of Management, Peter Drucker (amazon)


Secondary Literature on Great Strategy Thinkers

  • The Personal MBA, by Josh Kaufman (amazon)
  • The Lords of Strategy, by Walter Kiechel (amazon)
  • Understanding Michael Porter, by Joan Magretta (amazon)
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