2020 Summaries

Executive Summaries of the Best Business Books of 2020

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  • Image of The Leader's Guide to Unconscious Bias
    Image of The Leader's Guide to Unconscious Bias

    How to Reframe Bias, Cultivate Connection, and Create High-Performing Teams

    by Pamela Fuller, Anne Chow, Mark Murphy

    By recognizing bias, emphasizing empathy and curiosity, and making true understanding a priority in the workplace, you can unlock the potential of every person you encounter.

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  • Image of The Person You Mean to Be
    Image of The Person You Mean to Be

    How Good People Fight Bias

    by Dolly Chugh

    In The Person You Mean to Be, social psychologist and professor Dolly Chugh reveals the surprising causes of inequality, grounded in the “psychology of good people.”

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  • Image of Powerful Proposals
    Image of Powerful Proposals

    How to Give Your Business the Winning Edge

    by Terry R. Bacon, David G. Pugh

    Powerful Proposals gives businesses proven strategies for creating customer-centered documents that outshine the competition every time.

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  • Image of The Innovator's Spirit
    Image of The Innovator's Spirit

    Discover the Mindset to Pursue the Impossible

    by Chuck Swoboda

    In The Innovator’s Spirit, author Chuck Swoboda relates his own experiences with innovation and describes what he calls “the innovator’s spirit”: a kind of attitude and personal energy that each of us has deep down.

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  • Image of Be the Go-To
    Image of Be the Go-To

    How to Own Your Competitive Market, Charge More, and Have Customers Love You For It

    by Theresa M. Lina

    Find detailed tactics for confronting the commoditization challenge, embracing the advantages of being a Go-To, discovering what a Go-To brand does differently from other companies, and more.

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  • Image of Content Marketing, Engineered
    Image of Content Marketing, Engineered

    Build Trust and Convert Buyers with Technical Content

    by Wendy Covey

    Content Marketing, Engineered guides you through the key steps in gaining awareness and building trust with technical buyers using compelling content.

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  • Image of Invisible Solutions
    Image of Invisible Solutions

    25 Lenses that Reframe and Help Solve Difficult Business Problems

    by Stephen Shapiro

    Stephen Shapiro, a left-brained engineer in a right-brained world, applied his systems engineering to purposeful innovation.

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  • Image of The Book of Real-World Negotiations
    Image of The Book of Real-World Negotiations

    Successful Strategies from Business, Government, and Daily Life

    by Joshua N. Weiss

    The art of negotiation requires creativity and quick thinking to find win-win solutions, especially when the stakes are high.

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  • Image of The Creativity Leap
    Image of The Creativity Leap

    Unleash Curiosity, Improvisation, and Intuition at Work

    by Natalie Nixon

    In The Creativity Leap, Natalie Nixon writes that since humans are hardwired to be creative, it is a competency that anyone can develop.

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