The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg

Some of today’s most successful products aim to transform users’ habits. We’re constantly checking social media accounts, emails, and locations on our smartphone apps.

The Practitioner’s Guide to Product Management

The Practitioners’ Guide to Product Management provides a firsthand road to help founders understand how to avoid the pitfalls of product failure by taking them through the field of product management with stories and real-world experiences…

Writing That Works: How to Communicate Effectively In Business

Writing That Works will help you say what you want to say, with less difficulty and more confidence. Now in its third edition, this completely updated classic has been expanded to included all new advice on e-mail and the e-writing world, plus a fresh point of view on political correctness.

Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products

Hooked is a guide to building habit-forming technology, written for product managers, designers, marketers, and startup founders to provide them with practical insights to create habits that stick,

Superbosses, by Synedy Finklestein

Sydney Finkelstein is Professor of Management at the Tuck School of Business. His book Superbosses: How Exceptional Leaders Master the Flow of Talent draws on scores of interviews with great leaders

Sartup Communities: Building an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

Startup communities are popping up everywhere, from cities like Boulder to Boston and even in countries such as Tirana, Skopje or Prishtina. These types of entrepreneurial ecosystems are driving innovation and small business energy.

The Sprint book, a recommended read

Google has a great resource for everyone interested in design sprints and it’s part of the Google Ventures resources page. To help out on this process,

Zero to One, a book for everyone to read in 2016

John Sculley, author of Moonshot, suggested that all entrepreneurs should read Zero to One from Peter Thiel. Entrepreneurs are often on the lookout for inspiration and guidance…

7 books recommended for summer by Bill Gates

A couple of days ago, Microsoft co-founder published a blog-post entitled “Beach Reading (and More)”, which enlists a collection of books recommended for reading during summer times.