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Business bookshelf: Reads making the rounds

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  • Top sellers:

    The U.S. Technology Skills Gap: What Every Technology Executive Must Know to Save America’s Future

    Gary J. Beach

    John Wiley & Sons, 336 pages

    A Curious Discovery: An Entrepreneur’s Story

    John S. Hendricks

    HarperBusiness, 384 pages

    What You’re Really Meant to Do: A Road Map for Reaching Your Unique Potential

    Robert Steven Kaplan

    Harvard Business Press, 240 pages



Here are best-selling business books for July from 800-CEO-READ:

•  “The U.S. Technology Skills Gap” is essential reading for those eager to see America regain its competitive edge and international leadership role. Technology leaders have a critical part to play in bringing about the needed changes to America’s former preeminence in commerce, industry, science and technological innovation.

•  “A Curious Discovery: An Entrepreneur’s Story” is one of the most complete and honest accounts of entrepreneurship and the building of a giant corporation ever written. Media visionary Hendricks takes the reader on his unforgettable journey from founding Discovery Communications over a breakfast table to establishing the organization as the world’s largest provider of television content.

•  In “What You’re Really Meant to Do: A Road Map for Reaching Your Unique Potential,” Harvard Business School’s Kaplan shares a specific and actionable approach to defining your own success and reaching your potential. As a leadership expert and author of the highly successful book, “What to Ask the Person in the Mirror,” he regularly advises executives and students on how to tackle these questions. MCT

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