What CEOs are reading: April 2018

Books on people power, risky business and virtual reality will be in the top ten most wanted works of non-fiction for leaders, says Bookomi founder Richard Kilgarriff.

by Richard Kilgarriff

Bosses are traditionally regarded as too busy to read. What a scary thought. Fortunately for everyone, it’s wrong. Smart leaders at least know that they need to take time to think and to stretch their minds with new ideas – and books are a great way of doing that.

Richard Kilgarriff from Bookomi tracks the reading habits of business leaders. In an exclusive monthly column for MT, he’ll preview the top ten new non-fiction titles that are set to be the most talked about in boardrooms across the UK.

The increasing speed and ease of communication across all digital channels means that today’s news can become tomorrow’s cultural watershed in a moment, so publishers - a traditionally slow and cautious bunch - have to keep up with the times to stay relevant as well as thoughtful.

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