Tech CEOs are some of the smartest people in the world.
And a lot of them want to share their ideas with anybody who will listen.
We’ve put together 15 of the best books written by current and former tech CEOs that will give you a peek inside their fabulous minds.
Marc Benioff – “Behind the Cloud”
Andy Grove – “Only the Paranoid Survive”
Ben Horowitz – “The Hard Thing About Hard Things”
Lou Gerstner – “Who Says Elephants Can’t Dance?”
Chris Anderson – “The Long Tail: Why the Future of Business is Selling Less of More”
Ed Catmull – “Creativity, Inc.”
Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg – “How Google Works”
Mark Cuban – “How to Win at the Sport of Business”
Reid Hoffman – “The Startup of You”
Bill Gates – “The Road Ahead”
Tony Hsieh – “Delivering Happiness”
Michael Dell – “Direct from Dell”
David Packard – “The HP Way”
Maynard Webb – “Rebooting Work”
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- 70Some of the best content to be found about startups is locked in books. Thomas Kjemperud asked me yesterday for a 140 character recommendation of one book for founders. Reducing my list to just one and condensing an argument for why founders ought to read it in just 117 characters…
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- 61In 1969, John Brooks published “Business Adventures,” his collection of New Yorkerbusiness stories—“Twelve classic tales from the worlds of Wall Street and the modern American corporation.” Now, forty-five years later, Bill Gates, in the Wall Street Journal, is calling it his “favorite business book.” (He says it’s Warren Buffett’s favorite business book,…