Top Books of the Top 100

Recently, Accounting Today announced its annual list of the 100 Most Influential People in Accounting for the year. While the list itself is impressive, we thought we'd bring to you the list of the top books that are shaping these top minds.

You may find out more about these books by clicking on the cover, and yes, you can buy them right from your desktop!

So here they are . . .

Purchase The Top Books Influencing the Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting Today

Click here to buy the book. Who Moved My Cheese?: An Amazing Way to Deal With Change in Your Work and in Your Life, by Spencer Johnson
Click here to buy the book. Standing for Something: 10 Neglected Virtues That Will Heal Our Hearts and Homes, by Gordon Hinckley
Click here to buy the book. How to Create A Profitable Business Strategy for the Internet & Beyond, by Patricia Seybold
Click here to buy the book. The Trusted Advisor, by David Maister, Charles Green and Robert Galford.
Click here to buy the book. Blur : The Speed of Change in the Connected Economy, by Christopher Myer and Stan Davis
Click here to buy the book. Business @ the Speed of Thought : Using a Digital Nervous System, by Bill Gates
Click here to buy the book. Managing From The Heart, by Hyler Bracey, Jack Rosenblum, Aubrey Sanford, Roy Trueblood
Click here to buy the book. The New New Thing, by Michael Lewis

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