7 Business Statistics Books Statistics Gurus & CEOs Read

What is business statistics book that doesn't damage your brain? We will present to you best business statistics books that are practical enough for even CEOs.

Statistics has become one of the most important decision making tools since 1980s. Statistical thinking was embedded in many business practices such as TQM (total quality management), lean manufacturing and 6 Sigma. 

In the age of big data, data availability is increasing day by day so it's important for every business people to try to draw meaningful information from such data.

In education sector, statistical thinking has become more important day by day. For example, scholastic aptitude test (SAT) has recently changed its test format by reducing the number of geometry related questions. Questions related to basic statistical analysis such as interpretation of charts and graphs have been increased drastically. Even in reading section, test takers are required to interpret data in the passage. The ultimate goal is to create new kind of workforce for the industries.

As a business person, are you ready to embrace statistical thinking more deeply?

Data Collection
To provide business statistics book recommendation, we conduct a literature survey and find 7 categories of business statistics book as below,

- Risk Management
- Marketing Analytics
- Decision Analysis
- Visual Analytics
- Big Data Analytics
- Web Analytics
- Quality Management

As you can see, statistics has a very broad business application.

In this article, we rely on the opinion of statistics experts and leading CEOs who are considered the management experts in their field. We track down each business statistics book if it gets endorsement or reviewed on various sites such as Amazon.com, Quora, Linkedin and from world's leading media outlets.

After that, we review each business statistics book one by one to ensure that it is practical enough for people from all experience levels.
Finally, we make a final cut of business statistics book.

The results of business statistics book are listed as below,

- How to Lie with Statistics by Darrell Huff and Irving Geis

- The Cartoon Introduction to Statistics by Grady Klein and Alan Dabney

Do you have a business statistics book you always keep within reach and want to recommend?