What are you reading these days?#brainfood

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What are you reading these days?#brainfood

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Joost

Joost

This summer I really enjoyed reading 'Scale' by Geoffrey West.

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Frank

Frank

"Future Politics" (2018) by Jamie Susskind - a book about how politics are bound to change in the digital age. I think the "corporate rebellion" is connected to the changing political landscape, too.

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Pim

Pim

I'm in the middle of this one by Bob Chapman. So far, impressive story of how to treat people well through supportive leadership.

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Anna Marie

Anna Marie

"Future Politics" (2018) by Jamie Susskind - a book about how politics are bound to change in the digital age. I think the "corporate rebellion" is connected to the changing political landscape, too.

Frank

Yes! I feel that too. That the movement into creating working environments that support the human spirit is very much symbiotic with a shift in our political way of being and how we relate in this space.

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anna-m

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My current reading and the next on my list. Reading This Changes Everything is blowing my mind.

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Florine

Florine

I'm reading 'Dare To Lead' by Brene Brown. Good inspiration about how to use your vulnerability as a leader.
Does anyone have good suggestions for Audible? I'm commuting a lot lately, so audio books are perfect for me :-)

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martenmeij

martenmeij

I'm reading 'Dare To Lead' by Brene Brown. Good inspiration about how to use your vulnerability as a leader.
Does anyone have good suggestions for Audible? I'm commuting a lot lately, so audio books are perfect for me :-)

Florine

Hi Florine, I enjoyed 'Dare to Lead' a lot as well. It that was expiring to you, you might enjoy 'The Work' by Byron Katie or 'Non violent communication' by Marshall Rosenberg as well. Both available on audible

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Freek_Revolt

Freek_Revolt

Only published in Dutch now, however they are working on a translation to English already. It is "De meeste mensen deugen" ("Most people are good") by Rutger Bregman.

It gives an interesting perspective on whether we humans, are good or bad, based on psychology, economy, biology and archaeology. And what this perspective means for our society.

And the same, for how we organize our work. Do we need all these managers, procedures, rules and controls? Or could we actually trust each other slightly more?

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Pim

Pim

I really liked this NY-times article from Salesforce founder Marc Benioff:

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/14/opinion/benioff-salesforce-capitalism.html

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Joost

Joost

This are some inspiring articles from this month that highlight some of of our Bucket List pioneers;

First, a piece by Prof. Isaac Getz on i.e. Handelsbanken;
https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/10/altruism-good-for-business-companies

Second, Kate Gatacre on Buurtzorg;
https://www.spectator.co.uk/2019/10/to-solve-britains-social-care-crisis-follow-the-dutch-example/

And last, Adam Gale on W.L. Gore;
https://www.managementtoday.co.uk/big-company-everyone-knows/future-business/article/1646199

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