CMI Management Book of the Year

The winner of the CMI Management Book of the Year award is…

Originals pbk cover with roundelOriginals: how non-conformists change the world

Adam Grant said “It’s a tremendous honour to win CMI’s Management Book of the Year. Originals is about how to champion new ideas and fight groupthink – a topic that matters today more than ever for leaders and managers, not to mention politicians. I thank CMI, the judges and everyone involved with the competition for this recognition.”

Although Adam was in the US for the awards evening on 6th February 2017, the audience heard from him via video.  Lorna Russell from Ebury (WH Allen), collected his trophy and cheque. Congratulations to Adam and his team at Ebury!

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Category winners

The overall winner was chosen from among five fantastic category winners, also revealed on the night. You can see more details of all of the winning books by following the menu link to Winners 2017.

We are delighted to share videos produced for each of the category winning books by students from Ravensbourne college of arts and design. These were first screened at the awards evening on 6th February 2017.

You can see all five of the finalist videos below. A prize was also awarded to the best video - earned by Dev Joshi for his video for The Origins of Ethical Failures.

The competition

Here at CMI we promote excellence in all areas of management and leadership. The CMI Management Book of the Year prize has been created to do just that – we want to celebrate the very best in the field of management writing.British Library

cmi-logo-blockHeld in association with the British Library and sponsored by Henley Business School, this competition aims to celebrate the best of management books published or distributed in the UK, from the most inspiring to the most useful.