Los 10 libros recomendados por Jeff Bezos CEO de Amazon

El Hombre más Rico del Mundo
El Hombre más Rico del Mundo
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Esta es la lista de los libros recomendados por el ESTRATEGA DIGITAL más grande por excelencia y el hombre más rico del mundo. (Tomado de INC y el reportaje de Jeff Haden)

10 libros que Jeff Bezos cree que deberías leer Porque lo que haces comienza con lo que piensas y cómo lo haces.

Built to Last

— Jim Collins

«My favorite business book.»


 — Steve Grand

«Was influential in the creation of Amazon Web Services, or AWS, the service that popularized the notion of the cloud.»


— Jason Fried and D.H. Hansson

«Unperturbed by conventional wisdom, [the authors] start fresh and rewrite the rules of business. Their approach turns out to be as successful as it is counter-intuitive.»

The Black Swan

— Nassim Nicholas Taleb

«Argues that people are wired to see patterns in chaos while remaining blind to unpredictable events, with massive consequences. Experimentation and empiricism trumps the easy and obvious narrative.»

The Innovator’s Dilemma

— Clayton M. Christensen

«An enormously influential business book whose principles Amazon acted on and that facilitated the creation of the Kindle and AWS.»

Sam Walton: Made in America

— Sam Walton

«Expounds on the principles of discount retailing and discusses his core values of frugality and a bias for action — a willingness to try a lot of things and make many mistakes.»

The Goal

— Eliyahu M. Goldratt

«Encourages companies to identify the biggest constraints in their operations and then structure their organizations to get the most out of those constraints.»

Lean Thinking

— James P. Womack

«Calls for a focus on those activities that create value for the customer and the systematic eradication of everything else.» 

Good to Great

— Jim Collins

According to Everything Store author Brad Stone, «Collins briefed Amazon executives on his seminal management book before its publication.» 

The Remains of the Day

— Kazuo Ishiguro

«My favorite novel. Teaches pain of regret so well you will think you lived it.»