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Best Category Management Books You Should Enjoy

Here is a list of the best Category Management books, some I have read myself, some that I did research on, and all have great reviews!

1. Category Management Principles (2016)

 Best Category Management Books You Should EnjoyIt is an exciting time to be in the food industry! Not only are the customers more informed than ever, but the demands they place on their retailers of choice include personalization, lifestyles, and connectivity. When will they run out of their favorite product? When do their demands change throughout their lives? When do they want you to help them, and when do they want you to back off? All are questions at the top of every food retailer’s mind. In this text, we will take the reader from the origin of the science we call Category Management, through to the best practices and Category Management’s impact for…
Author(s): Dr. Russell J. Zwanka, Dr. Brian F. Harris

2. The Category Management Handbook (2018)

 Best Category Management Books You Should EnjoyCategory management is one of the biggest contributors of commercial value in the area of procurement and supply chain. With a proven track record of successful delivery since the early 1990s, it helps organisations gather and analyse key data about their procurement spend before subsequently creating and delivering value-adding strategies that change the value proposition from supply chains. The aim of category management is to find long-term breakthrough strategies that help lift an organisation’s commercial performance to a new level. Because of its strategic long-term orientation and complex execution,…
Author(s): Andrea Cordell, Ian Thompson

3. The PMP Exam: How to Pass on Your First Try, Sixth Edition (2018)

 Best Category Management Books You Should EnjoyThis book is based on the 6th edition PMBOK Guide® and has been fully updated for the March 2018 exam. A complete guide for the PMP certification exam, The PMP Exam: How to Pass on Your First Try provides all the information project managers need to thoroughly prepare for and pass the test. This comprehensive study resource includes: The most complete, concise, and up-to-date study resource, Andy’s book cuts down on the difficulty factors in obtaining the PMP certification and helps candidates pass the exam on the first try. #5,080 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #3 in Business…
Author(s): Andy Crowe

4. To-Do List Formula: A Stress-Free Guide To Creating To-Do Lists That Work! (2016)

 Best Category Management Books You Should EnjoyFinally! Discover How To Create To-Do Lists That Work!Do you feel because you can't seem to finish every item on your daily to-do lists? Do you feel because you're not effectively managing your workload and responsibilities at your office and home?If so, .Millions of people are using to-do lists that set them up for failure. No matter how hard they work, they're left with a laundry list of unfinished tasks at the end of each day.You can probably relate from experience. If you're creating to-do lists like most people, your lists are almost certainly failing to do their job. You're probably feeling…
Author(s): Damon Zahariades

5. Becoming a Category of One: How Extraordinary Companies Transcend Commodity and Defy Comparison (2009)

 Best Category Management Books You Should EnjoyA revised and updated edition of the bestselling “no-nonsense guide to beating the competition.”-Publisher’s Weekly Becoming a Category of One reveals how extraordinary companies do what they do so well and gives you the tools and ideas to help your business emulate their success. Packed with real case studies and personal reflections from successful business leaders, it helps you apply the best practices of the best companies to set yourself apart from your competitors and turn your business into a market leader. Whether you run a multinational corporation or a two-person…
Author(s): Joe Calloway

6. The Nurse Leader Handbook: The Art and Science of Nurse Leadership (2010)

 Best Category Management Books You Should EnjoyImagine what it’s like to be a nurse leader. (Actually, many of you reading this don’t have to imagine!) You’re caring for patients – a tough job in and of itself – and you’re expected to keep doing that and manage a staff of others like you. In many organizations, nurse leaders get only a classroom course and a one- or two-week training period to help them make the transition.The Nurse Leader Handbook: The Art and Science of Nurse Leadership helps "fill in the knowledge gaps" for the courageous and dedicated men and women who take on one of the most complex jobs in healthcare.This book provides nurse…
Author(s): Studer Group

7. The Product Manager Interview: 164 Actual Questions and Answers (2017)

 Best Category Management Books You Should EnjoyNEW EDITION AVAILABLE. This is the OLDER 3rd edition. The NEWER 4th edition is available: OF COUNTERFEIT BOOKS. Readers have reported that Amazon’s 3rd-party sellers are selling counterfeit versions; the counterfeit pages have misprints, missing pages or pages in reverse order. We are working with Amazon to resolve the issue. In the meantime, purchase genuine books with the logo: to the Third EditionFrom the creator of the CIRCLES Method™, The Product Manager Interview is a…
Author(s): Lewis C. Lin, Teng Lu

8. SHRM Certification Prep: Study Guide & Practice Exam Questions for the Society for Human Resource Management Certified Professional Test (2017)

 Best Category Management Books You Should EnjoyDeveloped by Test Prep Books for test takers trying to achieve a passing score on the SHRM CP exam, this comprehensive study guide includes:•Quick Overview•Test-Taking Strategies•Introduction•SHRM Behavioral Competencies•SHRM Technical Knowledge•Practice Questions•Detailed Answer ExplanationsDisclaimer: SHRM® is a registered trademark of Society for Human Resource Management, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product. Each section of the test has a comprehensive review created by Test Prep Books that goes into detail to cover all of the content likely to appear on the SHRM certification…
Author(s): Test Prep Books

9. Mosby’s Pocket Guide to Fetal Monitoring: A Multidisciplinary Approach (Nursing Pocket Guides) (2016)

 Best Category Management Books You Should EnjoyAuthored by a nurse-midwife, a perinatologist, and a nurse, is an evidence-based resource on fetal heart rate monitoring for all clinicians ― whether you are a nurse, a physician or a midwife, a student or an instructor, this guide has information crucial to your practice.  Designed specifically for the clinical environment, it provides a single source for interpretation and management of electronic fetal monitoring – in labor and delivery, the intensive care unit, inpatient antepartum units, or the obstetric or midwifery office. #18,955 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #6 in Women’s Health Nursing (Books)…
Author(s): Miller CNM JD, Lisa A., David Miller, et al.

10. Asset Allocation For Dummies (2009)

 Best Category Management Books You Should EnjoyAn easy-to-understand how-to guide to the single most important thing you can do in investing — choosing and mixing your assets successfully. You don’t need to be an expert analyst, a star stock-picker, or a rocket scientist to have better investment results than most other investors. You just need to allocate your assets in the right way, and have the conviction to stick with that allocation. The big secret behind asset allocation — the secret that most sophisticated investors know and use to their benefit — is that it’s really not all that hard to do. Asset Allocation For Dummies serves as a…
Author(s): Dorianne Perrucci, Jerry A. Miccolis

11. The Anger Workbook: An Interactive Guide to Anger Management (2012)

 Best Category Management Books You Should EnjoyDon’t Let Anger Take Control! Most people stereotype anger by assuming that it always results in shouting, slamming fists, or throwing things.  However, anger is not that one-dimensional. In fact, all of the statements below represent feelings of anger: We all deal with anger in our lives, whether it be in a subtle or violent manner. Being angry can involve such emotional expressions as frustration, irritability, annoyance, aggravation, blowing off steam, or fretting. The good news is anger can be managed. In The Anger Workbook Les Carter, Ph.D., and Frank…
Author(s): Les Carter, Frank Minirth

12. Addicted to the Process: How to Close Transactional Sales with Confidence and Consistency (2017)

 Best Category Management Books You Should EnjoyIn , top sales leader Scott Leese injects you with a powerful shot of adrenaline and teaches you how to: – Drill as a salesperson- Use the addiction model to – Stick to a proven process to – that drive you toward your real goalsAre you sick of life just happening to you, instead of deciding what you want and then setting a course to get it? Once you know how to work the process, t Success boils down to one question: "How bad do you want to make it happen?" #209,413 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #23 in Business Health & Stress #76 in Work Life Balance in Business #60 in Real Estate Sales (Books) Would…
Author(s): Scott Leese

13. Rage: A Step-by-Step Guide to Overcoming Explosive Anger (2007)

 Best Category Management Books You Should EnjoyDo you or someone you care about experience episodes of extreme and unpredictable anger? Intense rages that threaten relationships, jobs, property-or worse? The first thing you need to know is that you are not alone. Researchers estimate that some 7 percent of Americans may at some time experience a condition called intermittent explosive disorder (IED), which is characterized by reoccurring periods of extraordinary anger, and millions more have less frequent yet equally damaging experiences with rage. The second thing you need to know is that there is help. Rage…
Author(s): Potter-Efron MSW PhD, Ronald

14. The All-Weather Retirement Portfolio: Your post-retirement investment guide to a worry-free income for life (2015)

 Best Category Management Books You Should EnjoyYou can have it all–not just more income to spend in your retirement years, but also the peace of mind that comes from knowing that, no matter what happens in the outside world, you’ve done all you can do to have a worry-free income for life.  In this book you’ll find:  #444,293 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #613 in Retirement Planning (Books) #317 in Wealth Management (Books) Would you like to ?If you are a seller for this product, would you like to ?…
Author(s): Randy L. Thurman

Best Category Management Books You Should Enjoy

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Genesis and download some category management books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

Retail Category Management: Decision Support Systems for Assortment Shelf Space, Inventory and Price Planning

Author(s): Alexander Hübner
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, Year: 2011, Size: 1 Mb, Download: pdf
ID: 788459

Retail Category Management Decision Support Systems for Assortment, Shelf Space, Inventory and Price Planning

Author(s): Alexander Hubner
Publisher: Springer, Year: 2011, Size: 2 Mb, Download: pdf
ID: 1520612

Consumer-Centric Category Management : How to Increase Profits by Managing Categories based on Consumer Needs

Author(s): ACNielsen
Publisher: Wiley, Year: 2005, Size: 10 Mb, Download: pdf
ID: 384104

Please note that this booklist is not absolute. Some books are absolutely record-breakers according to The Wall Street Journal, others are written by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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