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Building a scalable company isn't easy work. There are lots of challenges and hard to answer questions. Recently some of the members of the executive team at REVLY shared a few recommendations about books that have helped them along the way. If you have never heard of REVLY, the company is an innovative, New Orleans based software company focused on email, messaging, video conferencing, and file sharing software.
Below are three uniquely great business books, each with their own message...all of which can help you build a stronger company:

Pitch Anything--by Oren Klaff

Whether you are trying to close a big business deal or pitch a funder, this book is a must read on how to put together your rap.

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team--by Patrick Lencioni

A short, fast paced fable that can help you identify and address key structural and cultural challenges in your organization.

Flight of the Buffalo--by Ralph Stayer

This is a great book about building a team and allowing employees to lead.



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