2015 Winner

Bleaker view of automation comes to fore

Tight writing and deep research: Martin Ford accepting the award for 'The Rise of the Robots'

‘The Rise of the Robots’ is dystopian bookend to 2005 winner

Robots capture 2015 business book award

Martin Ford’s Rise of the Robots wins £30,000 FT-McKinsey prize

Shortlist

The ultimate reading list

Every winner, longlisted and shortlisted title from the award’s 11-year history

Tech titles dominate book award shortlist

Prize to go to book with ‘most compelling and enjoyable’ insights

Longlist

Business Book Award: 2015 longlist

Must-read titles dominated by themes of technology

Judges

Hoffman and Moyo join book judges

LinkedIn co-founder and economist to help decide £30,000 contest

The judges 2015

Lionel Barber, FT editor, chairs our panel of experts

Best of the book award

The ultimate reading list

Every winner, longlisted and shortlisted title from the award’s 11-year history

Books that illuminate a turbulent decade

Learning from 10 years of award-winning business titles

ABOUT THE AWARD

Welcome to the Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award 2015.

The winner of the £30,000 prize will go to the book that is judged to have provided the most compelling and enjoyable insight into modern business issues, with £10,000 awarded to each runner-up.

The 2015 prize will be awarded at a ceremony in New York in November. Until then, please direct any queries to bookaward@ft.com.

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