Business and Economics

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Are you looking for some good Business and Economics books to read? bookGeeks has one of the largest collection of reviews of Indian Business and Economics books written by authors like Rashmi Bansal, Parthajeet Sarma and S. Ramadorai covering topics as varied as entrepreneurship, success stories, management, business strategy and sales. These books are written for a wide audience presumed to have a general education rather than a specific scientific training.

All our reviews are professionally done and the methodology we follow is logical but simple. We divide our book reviews into 5 categories:

1. Subject: This is the main idea behind the book.
2. Relevance: Is the book relevant to the current generation of readers?
3. Writing Style: The readability and language flow.
4. Research: The research done by the author on the present subject.
5. The Entertainment Quotient: Overall enjoyability of the book.

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Innovative, thought-provoking, and timely, this book serves as a practical guide to future-proofing your career in a post-pandemic world. It challenges conventional career choices and emphasizes the importance of rethinking education’s functionality. With a pragmatic approach, the author ensures holistic organizational growth and employee satisfaction for long-term business success.

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In a world that is constantly changing at an ever-increasing pace, it is imperative that we change and this need for growth-oriented change cannot be better explained than through the author’s own words,
“Sometimes we are stuck in a rut, not being able to evolve to the next state despite commitment, intention, and lots of hard work. We perhaps do not yet have the awareness, capacity, or the skill set to move to the next level.”

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Julia Boorstin, the author of When Women Lead, has herself worked in a highly power-imbalanced environment as a reporter at CNBC. For this book, she interviewed various women in business about the discrimination they faced and how their leadership changed things. Workplace discrimination is not limited to the boardroom alone; it is in fact the reflection of the pervading gender norms in the world.

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