Business fable

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A business fable (also termed management fiction) is a motivational fable, parable or other fictional story that shares a lesson or lessons that are intended to be applied in the business world with the aim to improve the organizational culture. The genre saw a peak in the early 2000s.[1]

New York Times bestsellers in the business fable genre include:

Other notable business fables include:

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  1. ^ Evers, Kevin (1 July 2013). "Business Fables: The End". Harvard Business Review. Retrieved 2017-12-09.