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Vote for BNET's Best Business Books -- Final Call

We're about to close voting on BNET's Best Business Books of 2008. We'll run the polls through Monday Thursday and then we'll close voting.

So far, these are the top vote getters:

  • "One Hen," Katie Smith Milway
  • "Predictably Irrational," Dan Ariely
  • "Back of the Napkin," Dan Roam
  • "Creating a World Without Poverty," Muhammad Yunus
  • "When Markets Collide," Mohamed El-Erian
  • "Ahead of the Curve," Philip Delves Broughton
  • "A Sense of Urgency," John P. Kotter
  • "Outliers," Malcolm Gladwell
  • "Hot Flat and Crowded," Thomas Friedman
  • "The Big Switch," Nicholas Carr
If I were tabulating based on percentages, so far the list would look like this:
  • "Creating a World Without Poverty," Muhammad Yunus -- 100 percent
  • "One Hen," Katie Smith Milway -- 88 percent
  • "Back of the Napkin," Dan Roam -- 88 percent
  • "A Sense of Urgency," John P. Kotter -- 82 percent
  • "Outliers," Malcolm Gladwell -- 79 percent
  • "The Snowball," Alice Schroeder -- 78 percent
  • "The Necessary Revolution," Peter Senge -- 78 percent
  • "The Game-Changer," A.J. Lafley and Ram Charan -- 77 percent
  • "Predictably Irrational," Dan Ariely -- 76 percent
  • "Ahead of the Curve," Philip Delves Broughton -- 76 percent
There's plenty of room for the list to change -- One Hen came from nowhere to the highest vote getter. Vote here.
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