The Management Book of the Year is organised by the Chartered Management Institute in association with the British Library and is sponsored by Henley Business School.
Together we search for books that inspire and inform both existing and aspiring managers.
There are winners drawn from the five shortlisted books in each category. From these, one overall winning book will be awarded the prestigious title of Management Book of the Year and a cash prize of £5,000.
Further information and guidance can be found below.
We're excited to announce new and revamped categories for the 2019 competition.
Awarded to the entry that best inspires innovation, encourages business or product development, or supports organisational development and adaptability.
Awarded to the entry that offers the best practical and accessible insights or guidance to help inspire managers in their work or professional development.
Awarded to the entry that offers valuable insights into the future of management and the world of work, providing managers with the skills or knowledge to prepare them for change.
Awarded to the entry that is most useful to new managers or those with management ambitions in accelerating their skills development and providing inspiration.
There are four main stages of review between when a book is entered to a winner being selected.
Please consult these documents before entering the competition.All entries are bound by the rules.
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