Creativity, Innovation, and Online Learning Reading List and Links

Here is the current pile I am reading through. Fun! Lot’s about innovation, creativity, online learning, and more. Below the image are links for those of you who want to grab copies for yourself.

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Reading List for creativity, innovation, online learning, and more.

Spark: Be More Innovative Through Co-Creation
by John Winsor

ZAG: The Number 1 Strategy For High Performance Brands
by Marty Neumeier

Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-free Productivity
by David Allen

The Ultimate Question:Driving Good Profits and True Growth
by Fred Reicheld

Weird Ideas That Work: 11 1/2 Practices For Promoting, Managing, and Sustaining Innovation
by Robert Sutton

The Creative Leader: Unleashing The Power of Your Creative Potential
by Ed Young Jr.

UnChristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks About Christianity And Why It Matters
by Dave Kinnaman & Gabe Lyons

Working Knowledge
by Thomas Davenport & Laurence Prusak

If Only We Knew What We Know: The Transfer of Internal Knowledge and Best Practice
by Carla O’Dell & C. Jackson Grayson

Designing Web-based Training: How to Teach Anyone Anything Anywhere Anytime
by William Horton

The Wealth of Knowledge: Intellectual Capital and 21st Century Organization
by Thomas Stewart

Innovation And The General Manager
by Clayton Christensen

48 Days To The Work You Love
by Dan Miller

The Leadership Challenge by James Kouzes & Barry Posner

The Virtual Student: AProfile and Guide to Working With Online Learners
by Rena Palloff & Keith Pratt

The E-Learning Fieldbook: Implementation Lessons and Case Studies From Companies That Are Making E-Learning Work
by Nick Van Dam


4 thoughts on “Creativity, Innovation, and Online Learning Reading List and Links

  1. Two books not on the list that you might consider: Jack’s Notebook, a business novel of creative problem solving, by Gregg Fraley, and Think Better, by Tim Hurson. Jack’s Notebook is to creative problem solving what The Goal is to theTheory of Constraints. Hurson’s recently published book Think Better is a great guide to how we think and how we can think more productively towards innovative ends. Thanks for the great book list!

  2. Gregg, great suggestions – thanks! This is my current pile of reading, I’ll have to add your two onto my next stack. You can visit the “Books” tab at the top for a list of other books I recommend.

    Keep learning! -eb

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