The Best Business Books Of All Time – As Voted By 100 Famous CEOs And Entrepreneurs

We crunched the numbers to find the 10 best business books according to some of the world's top business leaders and thinkers.

What are the best business books of all time? To find out, we scoured the web and found 742 book recommendations from 100 of the world’s top CEOs, founders and entrepreneurs.

Then we inserted each individual recommendation into a spreadsheet and sorted them by the number of times they appeared on the list. Here are the top 10.

1. Influence: Science And Practice

Author: Robert Cialdini First published: 1984 Recommended by: Charlie Munger, David Heinemeier Hansson, Derek Sivers, Guy Kawasaki, John Doerr, Justin Kan, Max Levchin, and Paul Allen

2. The Innovator’s Dilemma

Author: Clayton Christensen First published: 1997 Recommended by: Andrew Grove, Ben Horowitz, Guy Kawasaki, Jeff Bezos, Mark Cuban,  Steve Jobs, and Steve Blank

3. Good To Great

Author: Jim Collins First published: 2001 Recommended by: Evan Williams, Fred DeLuca, Jeff Bezos, Max Levchin, Meg Whitman, Steve Blank, and Tracy DiNunzio

4. Atlas Shrugged

Author: Ayn Rand First published: 1957 Recommended by: Aaron Patzer, Brad Feld, Fred Wilson, John Doerr, Peter Diamandis, Rex Tillerson

5. Crossing The Chasm

Author: Geoffrey Moore First published: 1991 Recommended by: Andrew Ng, Brad Feld, Guy Kawasaki, Josh James, Max Levchin, and Steve Blank

6. The Lean Startup

Author: Eric Ries First published: 2011 Recommended by: Andrew Ng, Brad Feld, Dustin Moskovitz, Evan Williams, Sheryl Sandberg, and Steve Blank

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