A Few Favorite Management Books

January 7, 2014

Career, Leadership

I have been reading William Ury’s The Power of a Positive No and enjoying it a lot. I plan on writing a full review once I am finished reading it. I think it is one of those few books that will leave a last impression on me, which inspired me to put together this gallery of a few of my favourite management and leadership books.

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For a list of my favourite books on Agile project management, along with more management and leadership books, check out my Recommended Reading page.

You can also read the full reviews or recommendations on the following:

What are some of your favourite management books?

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About Liza Wood

After a dozen years leading video game development projects in a variety of roles, I decided to pursue a Master of Data Science at the University of British Columbia. Studying data science doesn’t mean I’m moving away from leading people. Growing data science teams need collaborative, pragmatic, Agile leadership to connect data to all areas of the business. I would like to share that point of view, along with my experiences, on this blog.

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4 Comments on “A Few Favorite Management Books”

  1. Cteavin Says:

    Cool. Thanks for sharing.

    I like the look of your blog, btw. I’m trying out different styles everyday, looking for The One. This is easy to navigate and good on the eye.


    • Liza Wood Says:

      Thanks for the feedback! This is the second theme I’ve used on my blog and I still look at every new theme WordPress puts out. While I like the Fresh News theme, I’m not sure it’s The One.


  2. Helen Holshouser Says:

    I am looking forward to following your post. I amretired now, but used to teach some management training. Now I have two adult daughters whom I’d like to rad your posts also. Helen


    • Liza Wood Says:

      Thanks so much! I am looking forward to reading your thoughts/comments on future (or past, if you’re reading my archive) posts. Hope your daughters enjoy my posts, too.


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