Working on my next review for Global Business and Organizational Excellence with 3 inspiring titles that deserve the press they are getting. Told with a nice combination of anecdote, interviews and compelling data.
I'm reading for my July-August review in Global Business and Organizational Excellence and these titles pretty much run the gamut on innovation. From a core product that needs some new life to a disruptive, groundbreaking, category-changing idea, there are some excellent insights offered in each of these new books.
I have to admit, this is a great group of books for my last review of 2016 in Global Business and Organizational Excellence. I have been driving my husband crazy while I've read these, spewing out all kinds of facts whether he wanted to hear them or not. There is some truly remarkable information here, and honestly, each title deserves a look since they are all very different in subject and scope. I promise, you will feel smarter when you finish, and, at the very least, you will have plenty of interesting stories for your next cocktail party.
These are the next three titles I'm reviewing for the September-October issue of GBOE. I recommend reading Deep Work first, so you are able to properly focus on the other two. Interesting studies into negotiations, change, and intense focus. I shut off my phone, laptop and ipad in order to read them - two out of three were perfect, actual paper-bound books. I used my distraction-free kindle for the third.
These are the next titles for review in the July-August issue of
Global Business and Organizational Excellence. Each presents a different part of the picture for our future as leaders, workers, innovators and entrepreneurs. The forecast is inspiring, startling, and even, at times, unsettling, but all three offer advice on how best to prepare.