Every time I hear about an interesting book, I bookmark it in my ‘To Read’ list.
But because I find more books than I’m able to read, that list soon became too big to handle. So I forced myself to do some grooming.
Here are 7 books that are now on top of my ‘To Read’ list.
I would be so grateful if you could give me advice which one to read first (or which one I should remove from the list)?
|| The latest of Dan Roam, famous for his
According to Dan, sometimes problems
can be solved better by drawing simple
This book helps people to start applying
his ideas in practice by case studies
and do-it-yourself exercises.
|| In this book, Scott Berkun uses his own
experience as a public speaker to explain
the techniques of great communicators
and shows how everyone
can master them.
|| A book by Tom Demarco and Timothy Lister
where they explain that the major issue
of software development is not technology,
|| Written by M. Mitchell Waldrop about
the science of complexity and chaos theory.
|| The new book of Seth Godin, marketing guru,
public speaker and famous blogger.
He talks about how you as a person can
make a huge difference in whatever field
you choose and become indispensable.
A linchpin leads, invents, connects other,
makes things happen and creates order out of chaos.
|| A book based on the research of Robert Austin
and Lee Devin where the similarities between
theatre artistry and business project’s is
Cheap and rapid iteration instead of
intensive up-front planning, flexibility and
innovation are some of the keywords.
Daniel Pink writes about what truly motivates
us and how we can use that knowledge to work
smarter and live better. He compares what
science knows and how business works and
that carrots and sticks no longer work as they used to.
Like one? Read some? Let me know.
I will give you all the credits in a book review when I finished it!