Jeff Bezos’ 7 Favorite Books

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entrepreneurs learn to cope with unexpected challenges. ‘The Innovator’s Dilemma,’ by Clayton M. Christensen This business book inspired the creation of the Kindle e-book and Amazon’s cloud computing services. In his book, written and published in 1997, Harvard professor Clayton Christensen not only predicted the rise of electric cars, but also created the concept of jobs to be done. and that explains consumer motivation. ‘Rework’, by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson In their book, Fried and Hansson explain how you can build a successful business that does not have unnecessary elements like meetings or large-scale ad campaigns. ‘Dune’ , by Frank HerbertBezos is not only a successful entrepreneur, but also “a great fan of science fiction.” Frank Herbert’s novel, which saw the light of day in 1965, is set on the desert planet Arrakis , the only source in the Known Universe of the melange spice, produced by the huge and dangerous sandworms that control the desert.Did you know that Denis Villeneuve’s film, based on the iconic book and starring Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya, arrives Lean Thinking by James P. Womack and Daniel T. JonesWomack and Jones wonder what consumer values ​​really are and explain how you can earn their trust and breathe new life into “any business in the world. any industry and any country “, without reinventing business models.

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Entrepreneur, engineer and one of the richest men in the world, Jeff Bezos, is a true role model. But have you ever thought about what books he likes to read? In this article we present you some of his favorite works.

‘Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies’, de Jim Collins y Jerry Porras

Bezos himself qualify from your “favorite business book”. This work by Jim Collins and Jerry Porras, both Stanford University researchers, and published in 1994, is a large-scale economic study of the success of giants such as Walt Disney, Boeing, Sony and Walmart, among other companies.

How are they different from their rivals and what is their secret? In fact, it is a perfect guide for those who want their companies to also go down in business history.

‘The Blind Watchmaker’, de Richard Dawkins

On It is “Extraordinary” book, the famous British scientist and biologist Richard Dawkins explains how primordial simplicity is incredibly complex through the mechanisms of natural selection and without the participation of any designer superior.
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“The essence of life is statistical improbability on a colossal scale,” reads Dawkins’ book.

‘The Black Swan’, de Nassim Taleb

The concept black Swan became especially relevant during the pandemic, and that is what the events impossible to predict that have a great socio-economic impact worldwide, such as, for example, the start of the First World War, the 1918 flu epidemic or the 9/11 attacks.

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While the creator of the term, the philosopher Nassim Taleb, does not qualify the pandemic as another black Swan, the eponymous book could help entrepreneurs learn to cope with unexpected challenges.

‘The Innovator’s Dilemma’, de Clayton M. Christensen

This business book inspired the creation of the e-book Kindle and from Amazon’s cloud computing services, AWS.

In his book, written and published in 1997, Harvard professor Clayton Christensen not only predicted the rise of electric cars, but also created the concept jobs to be done (work to do, in Spanish), and that explains the consumer’s motivation.

‘Rework’, by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson

“Unfazed by conventional wisdom, the authors start from scratch and rewrite the rules of the business. Their approach is both effective and contradictory.” assures Bezos.

In their book, Fried and Hansson explain how you can build a successful business that has no elements unnecessary such as meetings or large-scale advertising campaigns.

‘Dune’, by Frank Herbert

Bezos is not only a successful entrepreneur, but also “a huge fan of science fiction.”

“Love it Dune. I wish it was a non-fiction book! “, He reveals.

Frank Herbert’s novel, released in 1965, is set on the desert planet Arrakis, the only source in the Known Universe of the spice melange, produced by the huge and dangerous sandworms that control the desert.

Did you know Denis Villeneuve’s film, based on the iconic book and starring Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya, hits theaters in October?

‘Lean Thinking’, de James P. Womack y Daniel T. Jones

This business book “calls for a focus on activities that create value for the consumer and systematically rooting out everything else,” says Bezos.

Womack and Jones wonder what consumer values ​​really are and they explain how one can earn their trust and breathe new life into “any company in any industry and any country”, without reinventing business models.