Is your small business a disruptor? Or, has your industry being disrupted? These titles guide small businesses and their owners through business disruption.
Small Business Trends has professionally reviewed over 600 small business books and entrepreneur books. New reviews are published each weekend. To submit a book for review and read our review policies, read our Book FAQs.
Scrappy isn't your average motivational book. It's a book about grit and how to stack the cards in your favor when all the bets are placed against youApr 23, 2017 120 Shares
The core issue in The Outstanding Middle Manager is how to avoid the seemingly inherent pressure that comes with the role.Apr 22, 2017 168 Shares
Raising an Entrepreneur is more than a “teach your kid how to be a successful entrepreneur” book. It’s a guide to parenting innovation.Apr 21, 2017 298 Shares
New work models like freelancing, remote working, and flex policies are changing the world of work. Managing this new world requires virtual leadership.Apr 16, 2017 269 Shares
The Conversational Firm follows one company as it navigates the challenges posed by new trends that promote an open work culture.Apr 15, 2017 183 Shares
Most realize the importance of questions. Questions can function on a much deeper level, however. It is this deeper level that Ask More wants to reach.Apr 14, 2017 173 Shares
Work Without Stress is not a simple "fix your stress in 10 easy ways" book. It's for those individuals who want to reevaluate how they are handling stress.Apr 9, 2017 159 Shares
The Gig Economy helps readers understand the future of work so they can build a portfolio of income streams, benefits, and services to help them thrive.Apr 8, 2017 176 Shares
A digital vortex enables digitally-based businesses, like Amazon or Netflix, to crush non-digital competitors. Are you ready for digital disruption?Apr 2, 2017 146 Shares
The Network Imperative promises to help business owners transition into a powerful digital-based business designed for a rapidly changing digital age.Apr 1, 2017 187 Shares
Observing is more than "looking", it's a skill that can be practices. The book Look helps you learn to match the correct perspective to your objectives.Mar 26, 2017 171 Shares