Via Ugo Cei I found this reading list:
http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/FogCreekMBACurriculum.html, some of which looks to be interesting, but I’m not convinced that it’s a selection where each book is a 9 or a 10. Books like the Mythical Man Month stand the test of time, and some of the books there are good ones by that measure, others look less convincing, at least judging by their contents (too focused on the 90ies, the bubble, a particular company), or some of the reviews on Amazon. Perhaps those aren’t always worthwhile, but the real winners don’t seem to have much flack thrown at them. I’d enjoy hearing why Joel et al. recommend them.
I’ve read these:
in addition to
Microeconomics (6th Edition) as a textbook on Economics.
What are your recommendations?
All things considered, though, I have a hunch that it would be better to be out trying to do rather than reading books about doing…