Business Development · Marketing

can any one suggest best book to develop business plan for non mba people?

Mugada Mahesh Am a idea person and I know how to reach targeted audience and am good at estimating industry future

December 18th, 2017

i want to know in detail about business development and business strategies

Dimitry Kushelevsky CEO, Experienced entrepreneur and business advisor

December 19th, 2017

Try The Lean Startup by Eric Ries for business planning.

Ran Fuchs Senior executive passionate about new tech.

Last updated on December 22nd, 2017

There are many good books on the subject. However, in my view the best way is to work with an experiences person, and help them develop your skill. That is, to take someone who has done it successfully before. If you employ them correctly and work closely with them, it will end up not to expensive, you can get a good plan and learn how to do it yourself for the next time.

Working closely together may involve

Discuss your ideas with your own team

Discuss the summary of the idea with the consultant

Let the consultant draw a first draft

Let your team discuss the draft and see if it is in line with your thinking

Iterate until you are happy with outline

Let your team fill in the details

Let consultant round the edges

Get someone external challenge your plan

Let your team bring it to final version

Malik Jackson Cofounder/CEO of Trinhydral & Cofounder/CEO of Sportal

December 19th, 2017

Try All in Startup by Diana Kander. Its a story based off experience to help guide the path of starting up.

Soumyabrata Roy(Sam) Biz Dev // Marketer // Founder, Love to connect and exchange thoughts

December 19th, 2017

You could try Purple Cow by Seth Goldin.

Best book for your Business Journey.

Chris Teodoro Entrepreneur

December 19th, 2017

The Personal MBA by Josh Kaufman.