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Business bookshelf: Reads making the rounds

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  • Top sellers:

    50 Digital Team-Building Games: Fast, Fun Meeting Openers, Group Activities and Adventures Using Social Media, Smart Phones, GPS, Tablets, and More

    John Chen

    John Wiley & Sons, 200 pages

    True Story: How to Combine Story and Action to Transform Your Business

    Ty Montague

    Harvard Business Press, 240 pages

    60-Minute Brand Strategist: The Essential Brand Book for Marketing Professionals

    Idris Mootee

    John Wiley & Sons, 246 pages



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

•  “50 Digital Team-Building Games” – This book offers fun, energizing meeting openers, team activities, and group adventures for business teams, using Twitter, GPS, Facebook, smartphones, and other technology. The games can be played in-person or virtually, and range from 5-minute ice-breakers to an epic four-hour GPS-based adventure. Designed to be lead by managers, facilitators, presenters, and speakers, there’s need to be a techie to lead these games.•  “True Story” – Any business, regardless of size or industry, can embrace the principles of storydoing. The best-run companies – from small startups to global conglomerates – organize around a coherent narrative that is then broadcast through every action they take, from product design to customer service to marketing.

•  “60-Minute Brand Strategist” – With a combination of perspectives from business strategy, customer experience, and even anthropology, this new and updated edition outlines the challenges traditional branding faces in a hyper-connected world.

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