A lot of our BoS Europe speakers (and attendees) are very well-read individuals, so we take their recommendations seriously.
As requested, we’ve compiled a list of books name-checked during the course of our conference last week. If we missed any, do let us know! (Hat-tip to @softwareverify and @leonather for their help in collating this list).
Bo Burlingham’s interviews with entrepreneurs across a range of industries identifies eight key factors that determine whether owners leave their businesses happily.
The inimitable Tim Robbins looks at how complex financial concepts can be made simple and actionable.
Jim Collins analyses the difference between companies that make it and the companies that don’t, and what we can learn from the difference.
Tips for continuing to learn and grow when life gets tough.
A review of the common shared experiences of entrepreneurs.
Customers don’t always know what they want: identify the problems they need solved and successful products should follow.
Ulwick’s approach aims to deliver better methods for disruptive product and service innovation.
Understanding the job the customer needs done is more important than understanding the customers, if company growth is to be achieved.
A six–step process to help you address unsolved problems, recognize buyer personas, quantify impact and create breakthrough experiences.
Were you there? Did we miss any? If so, drop me a line: email@example.com