The 99 Best Business Books: Recommended Reading List

MBA programs don’t have a monopoly on advanced business knowledge: you can teach yourself everything you need to know to succeed in life and at work. The Personal MBA features the very best business books available, based on thousands of hours of research. So skip b-school and the $150,000 loan: you can get a world-class business education simply by reading these books.

This page lists all PMBA-recommended books and resources for easy printing, bookmarking, and reference. For more information about the Personal MBA and book selection criteria, read the manifesto. Purchasing books through this website helps support the PMBA’s ongoing research.

Here are the 99 business books the Personal MBA officially recommends… click on the title to read a detailed description of each book and why it’s important.

NEW – The Personal MBA: Master the Art of Business

The Personal MBA is a comprehensive overview of everything you’ll learn reading the books on this list. I wrote this book to summarize the most important concepts in business, psychology, and systems theory. I strongly recommend reading this book first – you’ll get much more from the books on this list if you learn the essentials first. Learn more…

Productivity & Effectiveness

The Human Mind




Creativity & Innovation

Project Management

Opportunity Identification


Value-Creation & Design







Finance & Accounting




Corporate Skills

Corporate Strategy


Personal Finance

Personal Development

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