Workplace Books That Can Help You Be Successful

Workplace Books That Can Help You Be Successful

Workplace Books That Can Help You Be Successful

Think Like Zuck: The Five Business Secrets of Facebook's Improbably Brilliant CEO, Mark Zuckerberg
By Ekaterina Walter
McGraw-Hill Professional, Available in January
Find out how Mark Zuckerberg transformed a dorm-room novelty into one of the fastest- growing companies in the world: Facebook now has more than one billion users.

Do you think you have a handle on disruptive technologies? Are you ready for a working environment in which women will start dominating in both rank-and-file and managerial roles? Can you master not only what you know, but what you don't know? If you're on the fence about any of these questions, you should consider adding the following winter book titles to your holiday wish list. Combined, the books address a broad range of topics for today's professionals and managers—whether they're pursuing a technology career path or are taking a different path. These books promise to help you make better connections in a virtual world, as well as rise to the top in your company—while still practicing high ethical standards. A couple of the books make the case that both tech piracy and office-hatched conspiracies are actually good things. To find out more, read on. (Note: The publishing dates provided are subject to change. Please consult with the book's Website or publishing company for updates.)

Dennis McCafferty is a freelance writer for Baseline Magazine.
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