Information is Beautiful
By David McCandless
Fantastic book to show how information can be displayed in different ways. I strongly recommend the book for Project Managers looking for innovative ways of presenting reports and project data
Total Cost Management Framework: An Integrated Approach to Portfolio, Program, and Project Management
By AACE International
Good framework for those who are looking to understand more about cost engineering and the AACE (Association for Advancement of Cost Engineering) approach to Project Management. Great addition also for those preparing for the Certified Cost Professional Credential (CCP).
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Game Theory
By Edward C. Rosenthal
Great introductory book about Game Theory. Very well explained, this books was a great introduction for me to the topic. I used it while attending the Coursera/Stanford Course "Game Theory".
Some of the books that earned 5 stars in Ricardo's rating.
Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything
By Don Tapscott
For me this is one of the best books I've read about web 2.0 and social networks. It is an amazing approach of how to understand the interconnection between the different initiatives in the wiki environment.
Great book about how incorporate innovation into you day by day work and also how to stimulate innovation as an "architect of innovation". With a 5+1 model, Paddy Miller explains that innovation is allowed by keeping focus, connect ideas, Tweak and challenging of initial ideas, select the best ideas, steal storm past the politics of innovation and persist! Very simple and direct ready. Excellent book.
The 48 Laws of Power
By Robert Greene
Great book if you interpret it adequately. Some of the parts could be dangerous if you take them literally. The way the book is structured makes its reading and understanding very easy. Some of the laws about reputation and commitment are just fantastic. I quote Robert Greene every day!