Loving Monday: Succeeding in Business Without Selling Your SoulÂ John Beckett (IVP) Easy to read, brief and loaded with real-world stories of serving God in the world of business. A great starter book, wise and practical.
Business Through the Eyes of Faith Shirley Roels, Richard Chewning & John Eby (HarperCollins) Probably the best text for thinking Christianly about most aspects of the business enterprise. Raises huge questions and offers truly Christian insights.
The Life@Work Book Edited by Life@Work (Word) Sixteen respected corporate leaders talk clearly about blending Biblical wisdom and business leadership excellence. The best starter guide for leaders and managers.
The Monday Connection William Diehl (HarperSanFransico) A useful and real-world study of the challenges and demands of being faithful in the work-world of corporations. Great examples of the authors efforts to "bridge the gap"Â between Sunday and Monday.
Just Business: Christian Ethics for the Marketplace Alexander Hill (IVP) Seriously explores foundational Christian concepts--holiness, justice, love--and applies them to business ethics. Includes penetrating and provocative case studies.
The Fabric of This World: Inquiries into Calling, Career Choice and the Design of Human Work Lee Hardy (Eerdmans) A more general book than just about working in the business world, this study on the notion of calling is most often explored in the corporate setting. A very useful section studies various schools of thought about management from a solid Christian worldview.
Business as a Calling: Work and the Examine Life Michael Novak (Free Press) Although not an entry-level book, this serious reflection has gathered very serious reviews. A conservative Catholic economist and philosopher, this affirms capitalism, illuminates key ethical issues and re-moralizes business.