Infinite Ideas publishes the best wine books in the world and the most interesting business books we can find. We’re firm believers in pursuing what we love and what interests us, and we love wine and believe business is the most dynamic social force on the planet. Our wine books help enthusiasts and professionals to understand wine better. Our business books help leaders at all levels to make sense of their business environments, their careers and the convulsive changes that are continuously reshaping both. All our books are beautifully produced and available world wide.

 

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Alice in strategy land by Kate M. Santon can help improve your business

1 April 2016 by in Business and finance

Why replacing the rulebook with a 150-year-old pair of novels can improve your business strategy

Rules abound in our working lives. Many people follow these rules unquestioningly, adhering to procedures, attending meetings and handing in reports. But are the long accepted ways of conducting business always the best? Are these rules and procedures helping or hindering our organizations? (Read more)

Career lessons from The Walking Dead: be adaptable

16 March 2016 by in Business and finance, Entertainment, Working With The Walking Dead

Rick, Morgan and the other characters who have lasted share in common an ability to adjust to change; to understand that the important thing is to work with the world as it is now not as it used to be or as they wish it could be again. Rick gets into the swing of the new world very quickly, from waking up, dazed, in the hospital to battling his way out of Atlanta in only a few days. (Read more)

The pros and cons of self-publishing your business book

10 March 2016 by in Book publishing, Business and finance, Publishing for business

Why go through all the hassle of finding a commercial publisher for your breakthrough book on strategic thinking when it’s so easy to self-publish? After all, you’ve done all the hard work just writing it haven’t you? Why would you give it to a publisher who will pay you a measly 10% royalty when you can have complete control and all the revenue by merely entrusting your manuscript to one of the many self-publishing services available? (Read more)