This CEO shares his 3 favourite management books

A man looks at books in Goethe Institute's library in Barcelona February 1, 2013. Barcelona's Goethe Institute offers more than 170 German courses every year. In the last two years they have seen the number of students grow by 75 percent, most of them people under 25 who want to seek a better future in Germany, according to the centre director, Marion Haase. Picture taken February 1, 2013. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT EDUCATION) - RTR3DCZ2

Arby's CEO Paul Brown shares his three favourite management books which transformed him. Image: REUTERS/Albert Gea

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