The 5 must-read business books of the year

Find out how the best businesses run things in these books: From a sub commander to an MD to Steve Jobs

1. Turn the Ship Around!
turn the ship around

By David Marquet

When Marquet took command of the most dysfunctional nuclear sub in the Navy, the USS Santa Fe, he ditched the command-and-control management style used in the military. Rather than bark orders, he created a submarine of leaders who took the Santa Fe from worst to first. This is the best how-to manual anywhere for managers on delegating, training, and driving flawless execution.

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