The Power of Moments by Chip Heath and Dan Heath
This book helps you understand what moments are and gives you the necessary tools to create moments in life. It illustrates the power of moments through anecdotes that range from a popsicle hotline in California to sanitization in a remote village. The author uses the acronym EPIC to define the four types of moments: elevation, pride, insight and connection.
Measure What Matters by John Doerr
John Doerr takes you through amazing anecdotes about several companies that use the OKR system to create focus, alignment and commitment. The book uses specific OKRs from companies and concludes with how those OKRs enforced the company to “stretch” and reach their overly ambitious goals. The companies range from Google to YouTube, from Zume Pizza to Bono’s ONE Campaign. If you are experiencing some issues with alignment or focus, this book is a must read.
The DevOps Handbook The authors of this book reinforce some of the Agile principles and how they are beneficial to companies. It also discusses some very important aspects of software engineering like Continuous Deployment, Continuous Integration, and more. One of the more important takeaways is the understanding of how value streams affect productivity and agility.
Powerful by Patty McCord
When by Daniel Pink
The Organized Mind by Daniel Levitin
The Culture Code by Daniel Coyle
The Art of Action by Stephen Bungay
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