TOP 10 BOOKS FOR BUSINESS STUDENTS

AS RECOMMENDED BY
FACULTY AT CHRIST INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, LAVASA

With the batch of 2016-2018 graduating, we can’t help but feel a little reminiscent about the last two years.
The path to educating Business Management students is always interesting and the one lesson that we try
to impart is that learning never stops.

Hence, as a group of young students embark on their journeys towards successful careers, we would like to
wish them all the best, and share a list of 10 favourite books that the faculty recommends that all students
should read.


1. ‘JEH' - A life of J.R.D Tata by Baktiar k. Dadabhoy 

2. Dynamics of Industrial Relations by C B Mamoria, Satish Mamoria and S V Gankar



3. Corporate Chanakya by Radhakrishnan Pillai




 4. The 100 - A ranking of the most influential person in history revised and updated by Michael H. Hart


5. The Law Of Success by Napoleon Hill 



6. Financial Intelligence by Karen Berman and Joe Knight

 


7. Swim With The Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive by Harvey B. Mackay

8. Getting Things Done: The Art Of Stress-free Productivity by David Allen




9. What Management Is by Joan Magretta

 


10. Strategy And Structure: Chapters In The History Of The Industrial Enterprise 
 by Alfred D. Chandler


    Enjoy reading these. Remember, learning is constant and must continue throughout life.


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